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The Bagel Deli in Denver, CO
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The Bagel Deli

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6439 E Hampden Ave  DenverCO  80222

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    [email protected]~~~hoo.com
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Like a piece of New York; Dr Brown's Cel-Ray, Friendship Farmer Cheese (during the Jewish holidays), nice, fatty New York-type Pastrami and delicious Jewish-style food. Reviewer was correct about the Black and White cookies (not even close to the real ones). I live on the other end of town but make regular excursions to get the favorites. Great take-out selection too. Ya gotta try the egg kichel.
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    [email protected]~~~ail.com
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    My wife and I saw TBD on DDD and decided to give it a try. Wonderful food served by a great staff. We had Reuben's which were HUGE and delicious. Will definitely be back. How did we miss this place for the last 20+ years???
  3. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    WE just got back from eating at The Bagel Deli, It was great! Mind you it is a deli ... so service and atmosphere is very casual, so don't bother going if you are to snotty to pick something up to eat at a gas station, or find eating at a Fast food joint beneath you. We are visiting Denver and decided to check the DDD places to eat. My wife saw this episode and loves Matzo balls, so she ordered the DDD special (Matzo ball soup, knish, and kishka) which she loved! I tried the Knish with purple horseradish, which I really liked. I had the cornbeef and pastramii with kraut, Amazing!  The meat was thin sliced and fresh, you can tell they know what they are doing! Potions were giant, so know you can finish it yourself or decide to share! The owner even came out and asked how we were doing. Only disappointment was the Black and White cookie, which my wife (she should know) feels if not authentic to what a B&W cookie should be, ours was a crunchy cookie, but it should have been a doughy soft cookie (according to the wife, who happens to be a pastry chef, so I trust her. All and all we spend 50 bucks for the four of us and I will still be digesting the sandwhich till morning! Money well spent, we will be going back!
  4. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    We jsut went there and it was jsut ok. The food wasn't bad but nothing to go crazy. Not sure if it was a bad day and a bad time (Friday dinner) but we do not think we are coming back... *DONT_KNOW*
  5. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    It is NOT Kosher, Kosher style (whatever that means) thats a shame.
  6. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Yummm!
  7. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    :) Loved the food--make you want to slap your momma GOOD!!!! Place was packed..came in on Saturday about 1:30ish and it was wall to wall wait,  But man, was the wait worth it.  Had 1/2 sandwich #3 (hot pastrami/corned beef) and Matzo ball soup and a side of Knish (sp???).  Never had Matzo ball soup before and it was delish.  My hot pastrami was STACKED high on the keiser roll and mind you I had 1/2 of a sandwich. Brought a Knish back for the fam to try along with the PINK horseradish!!!!  Friendly folks!!! While sitting there waiting for our food to arrive, plates of the Rueben was ENORMOUS...Good gods!!!! My husband had the french dip....and he's a big man,,,he devoured it!  If ever I'm in town again, we will come back!!!  Will post pix when I get home....Awesome food
  8. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Loved this place. I tried the Guy Fieri special (Matzo ball soup, knish, and kisha). Flavors I've not had before, but really enjoyed. The Kisha was a pleasant surprise -- reminds me of Thanksgiving dressing. Will definitely go back and try other items on the menu.
  9. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    BEST salt bagels and deli in Denver!  Travel many miles just for this! Love them!
  10. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Had their rueben for lunch and had to split with husband. Awesome food and friendly staff! Felt as if my grandma was waiting on us!
  11. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Greetings from Las Vegas thanks for a wonderful meal             Kenish wad to die for
  12. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    My boyfriend and i have been looking for a Jewish Deli/ eatery. He is now in Boston will try on the way back home. LOOKS GREAT :*
  13. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    We were just notified today of our premier date. We will air Monday March 28th on episode 1111, From Mozz to Matzo balls! Guy cooked matzo ball soup, brisket knishes and kishka with Rhoda
  14. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Best Chicken Soup in Denver!
  15. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Shirley is my regular waitress, been there for 38 years and treats me right every single time. Joe and Rhoda and Jared are great people, best corned beef and pastrami you could ever want.
  16. anonymous
    Saturday, November 06, 2010
    Chopped liver, 40 year veteran waitresses, pastrami, jewish pastry. Joe Kaplan, owner, Frank Zappa twin!

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