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H&H frozen bagels/bialys on peninsula?

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California Sunshine Jun 16, 2009 08:10 AM

We don't get into Manhattan often enough and would like to try the frozen, if only we knew where to find them! Any leads?

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    jsa7405 RE: California Sunshine Jun 16, 2009 09:32 AM

    I know dean and deluca are currently selling them online....not sure about in their stores

    1. dhoffman1421 RE: California Sunshine Jun 16, 2009 09:41 AM

      Draeger's in San Mateo sells them. House of Bagels makes very good fresh bagels, you should try them.

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        California Sunshine RE: dhoffman1421 Jun 16, 2009 02:18 PM

        Oh, yes, we've been enjoying theirs for years...they are good, and also fresh, but not quite New York bagels though!
        Thanks for the tip about Draeger's in San Mateo.

      2. jason carey RE: California Sunshine Jun 18, 2009 07:05 PM

        Why would you want HH bagels they are basically a slightly better version of the bready puffy bagels you get at any bagel store here in California. The only reason they ever got a reputation is because the were next to Zabar's and people somehow think they are good. Even Zabar's sells Columbia Bagels, because HH are so mediocre. True bagel lovers in NY have scorn for HH.

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          iuhzrtuba RE: California Sunshine Jun 19, 2009 12:29 AM

          They have had frozen H and H bagels at the SkyHawk Village Market on Highway 12 in Santa Rosa. The market is out as you head toward the Oakmont area from town.

          1. bbqman RE: California Sunshine Jun 19, 2009 06:23 AM

            H & H??? Yikes. Might as well get the old Sara Lee frozen bagels, er, I mean rolls.
            Try Izzy's Brooklyn Bagels, in Palo Alto.
            http://www.izzysbrooklynbagels.com/

            bbqman

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