Bagel sandwiches, shakshuka bun, and latke from Edith's in Greenpoint
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Edith’s is a Jewish deli popup operating out of Paulie Gee’s pizza in Greenpoint They’re making wood-fires bagels in the same oven used to cook Paulie’s famous pizzas – some of the best in Brooklyn. They started as a temporary popup, but have since decided to stick around indefinitely. Instead of the usual litmus test,

Outside of Bread Brothers Bagel Cafe in Greenpoint
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Bread Brother’s Bagel Cafe

The Greenpoint Bread Brothers Bagel Cafe holds the distinction of being the northernmost bagel shop in Brooklyn. That’s about the nicest thing we can say about it. The bagels and cream cheese are bland. Do yourself a favor and walk the extra couple blocks to Baker’s Dozen

Outside of Frankel's in Greenpoint
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Frankel’s Delicatessen & Appetizing

The best-known bagel spot in Greenpoint. Frankel’s is a contemporary take on a classic Jewish deli – and they nail it. This is the spot to go to if you want a lox or pastrami sandwich. Every single sandwich is meticulously crafted, and frankly, gorgeous. On the pricier side, but you’re paying for quality. Last we heard,

Bagel Point front of shop
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Bagel Point

A relatively new kid on the block, Bagel Point opened in 2019. They’ve got a wide variety of house-made bagels, cream cheese and sandwiches. Bagels are big and fluffy. Very conveniently located right next to the Nassau Ave G. The biggest downside are the sometimes inefficient operations – we’ve waited 10 minutes for a simple bagel

Outside of Baker's Dozen in Greenpoint
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Baker’s Dozen

Baker’s Dozen is a hidden gem. This has been our go-to shop for the last 2 years, and they deserve more love – chalk it up to a poor social media presence. The bagels are big, fluffy and fresh. Great service. A no frills, no nonsense shop. Plus, the owner regularly donates excess inventory to local food banks. Only thing