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H&h Bagels

  1. Interviews
    Jerry Seinfeld Is Loving Greek Coffee and Nashville Hot Chicken“I don’t watch food shows, and I don’t go to strip clubs.”
  2. Good Comebacks
    Is H&H Reopening? Everything (Bagel) Says ‘Yes’Whatever it is, it’s happening on Fulton Street.
  3. H&H Bagels
    As H&H Struggles, Who Really Makes New York’s Best Bagels?While the NYC institution fights for its life, we wonder what the loss means to New York — and where else we can get a good bagel.
  4. Closings
    H&H UWS Location Still Open, Tensions Could Come to a Boil TonightA “meeting” is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Riverside Park.
  5. Closings
    H&H Bagels Falls Further Down the HoleThe ‘Wall Street Journal’ explores the New York institution’s financial woes.
  6. Rants
    Mimi Sheraton on New York’s ‘Deplorable’ Bagel SituationAnd don’t even get the former ‘Times’ critic started on Montreal-style bagels.
  7. Closings
    H&H Bagels’ UWS Location Is ToastThe go-to bagel shop for many UWS residents will be no more.
  8. L.A. Diet
    Debi Mazar Cooks Like ‘Mama,’ Misses New York Bagels“I thought, I’ll have a glass of Chianti, fuck it, ‘cause I’m stuck at home taking care of the sick. I’m basically Nurse Ratched over here.”
  9. Crime Scenes
    H&H Honcho Goes Into the ClinkLindsay isn’t the only one going to jail.
  10. Financial Woes
    H&H Honcho Gets Jail TimeHe withheld over $337,000 from employee paychecks.
  11. Mediavore
    David Burke in at Bowlmor; Farmer Field Trips are PopularPlus: Locavores visit farms, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Daily Bread
    Capogiro Finds a Solution to the Philly Bagel ProblemIt takes a gelato maker to find a decent bagel around here
  13. Lawsuits
    H&H Owner Indicted on Tax-Fraud ChargesHelmer Toro faces up to fifteen years in prison.
  14. Reopenings
    H&H ReopensMore details about the bagel institution’s unexpected closing.
  15. Temporary Closings
    H&H Bagels Seized for Lack of Tax PaymentThe latest New York institution to be at least temporarily felled by the tax man.
  16. Home Cookin’
    Bagels: To Buy or to Bake?And should you make the cream cheese or buy it instead?
  17. Mediavore
    Whole Foods Salad Bar Not Healthy in Excess; Will Gage & Tollner Return?H&H Bagels owner in the hole, a school lunch price hike, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Reasons to Stay in Williamsburg; Green-Tea Cupcake in West VillageBattery Park: The Treats Truck will be on hand at CultureFest NYC on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. [Treats Truck] Clinton Hill: Two armed men robbed the White Castle at 531 Myrtle Avenue yesterday. [Clinton Hill Blog] Meatpacking District: Next Tuesday is Dirty Bingo night at Paradou. [Paradou NYC] Midtown West: The Royalton hotel has reopened after a brief renovation and has already started serving breakfast at Bar Forty Four. [NewYorkology] Upper West Side: Thankfully, the old-school Murray’s Sturgeon Shop holds a long-term lease because the neighborhood’s “soul currently hangs on the continued existence of a few shops, among them Zabar’s, Fairway, Citarella, H&H Bagels, Barney Greengrass, Gryphon Book Store and Murray’s.” [Lost City] West Village: The green-tea cupcake Josh DeChellis serves at BarFry is not only intensely and deliciously flavored, it’s also ” a study in green: the kind of snack a stay at home Incredible Hulk would send off to the school bus in dozens if his kid were having an in-class birthday party.” [Gothamist] Williamsburg: In an effort to dissuade those thinking of leaving Brooklyn for greener (cleaner) pastures out west and elsewhere, one blogger has compiled this list of some of the hood’s best dishes. [Cakehead]
  19. NewsFeed
    City Harvest Guide Helps Justify Craziest Kind of Roman ExcessThere has been a blizzard of charitable food events lately, many of them exercises in full-out sybaritism, blowouts marked by the craziest kind of Roman excess. (Or at least decent eats.) But it’s okay, because they benefit charities like City Harvest, which collects leftover food and distributes it to the hungry. That organization, which feeds 260,000 New Yorkers each week, is now releasing Great Food, Good Hearts, a guide listing all the restaurants that partner with them, from H&H Bagels to Le Bernardin. So do your part: Eat out more! To get a copy of Great Food, Good Hearts, send a self-addressed envelope with a 87-cent stamp to City Harvest Restaurant Guide, 575 Eighth Avenue, Fourth Floor, New York, N.Y. 10018, or call 917-351-8700. Earlier: Cans of Food Made Into Art? Impossible! [Grub Street]