Instead of heading back to our breakfast favorite, Bagel Mill, we decided to try Bagel Bob’s and was impressed. Â We went with our usual breakfast sandwiches – bacon, egg and cheese on an everything bagel for me and ham, egg and cheese on a sesame bagel for Ben. Â I had an iced coffee and Ben went with a hot chocolate. Â Surprisingly, we got all this for $10 and change, which I was ecstatic about considering I had been spending a lot more for breakfast in the past (about a few bucks most at my favorite place, which is on 1st). Â If you’ve been reading the blog, you know my feelings on cheese, and loved that Bagel Bob’s had a wide variety of options to put on my breakfast sandwich – I went with provolone. Â
Breakfast sandwiches were great. Â I loved that there wasn’t a ton of egg on there. Â Secretly, I always want to order just bacon and cheese on a bagel, but don’t want to be too much of a fatty, so was happy there wasn’t a ton of egg on my sandwich. Â While I would have preferred that my bagel have a bit more seasoning – not too many seeds on my everything bagel – I didn’t have to worry about my onion/garlic breath overpowering anyone I came into contact with. Â My iced hazelnut coffee was delicious, but if we’re going to compare, I love the coffee at Bagel Mill a bit more.
While I wouldn’t go down the way to York just for breakfast, if I was in the area or on my way to Charles Schurz Park, I would head to Bagel Bob’s again.The Basics Name: Bagel Bob’s on York Location: 1638 York Ave (between 86th and 87th) Who to take: Friends, Self, Roommates Price: Cheapest breakfast sandwich I’ve found so far. Â $ Overall: 4 stars. Â Would return if in the area.