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smoked salmon bagel near 85th and broadway?

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hhuuggoo Nov 19, 2012 07:50 PM

I can't seem to find a good smoked salmon after I moved to the upper west side, which is incredibly surprising to me. I like the ones at zabar, but they're all premade and can't be toasted, I asked. The only other places near me are hot and crusty, which was ok, but not great, and tal's bagel, which was also ok and not great.

I used to live by daniel's bagel which I loved in murray hill, very surprised that it's this hard to find this on the UWS.

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    thegforceny Nov 19, 2012 08:18 PM

    are you kidding? Barney Greengrass.

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      ramenbound Nov 19, 2012 08:59 PM

      +1

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        JungMann Nov 20, 2012 07:28 AM

        Another vote for Barney Greengrass. I prefer their salty lox over Russ & Daughter's.

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          Sneakeater Nov 20, 2012 07:37 AM

          This is like saying, I'm on the corner of Broadway and Driggs in Brooklyn. Where should I go for a steak?

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            snaporaz Nov 21, 2012 08:10 PM

            Funny... also given that both establishments share a penchant for surly waiters.

            One drawback is that Barney Greengrass will be significantly more expensive than elsewhere. A bagel with lox and cream cheese is $14.

        2. rteplow Nov 20, 2012 05:05 AM

          Another vote for Barney Greengrass. For takeout there is also Murray's Sturgeon on Broadway between 89th and 90th. They have a small selection of bagels, but you can go across the street to Tal's for that.

          There's no better neighborhood for smoked salmon except, perhaps, the lower east side.

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