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The Bagel

  • $$
  • Bagels, Deli Food
  • 3107 N Broadway St, Chicago 60657 41.937748 -87.644303
  • (At W Barry Ave)
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  • (773) 477-0300
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4
Service 4_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(773) 477-0300
Delivery ($3 Fee) Take Out Catering Visa, MC, AmEx, DC, Disc
Mon-Sat: 8am-10pm Sun: 8am-9pm
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, BYOB, Catering, Delivery, Kid Friendly, Online Ordering, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • The Bagel

    Posted by marc on 2008-09-22

    great old-style jewish food

    What a great place!! Excellent portions! Friendly staff!! And the BEST old-style Jewish food anywhere! From the corned beef to the PICKLED FISH, from the soups to the chili, you can't find a better deli in Chicagoland.

  • The Bagel

    Posted by Dave from Lakeview on 2008-01-02

    THE place for breakfast

    this is the breakfast place to go to if you are HUNGRY....it is hard to breath if you eat it all....all of the omeletes are great. the other meals are good...you can make a whole meal of just the soups...they toss in the bread - really good bread - a

  • The Bagel

    Posted by Lia on 2007-04-05

    A perfect diner

    The Bagel is the perfect diner. Great deli sandwiches, HUGE Omelets and wonderful soup. The french fries are amazing when they come out hot, the fried chicken is actually pretty good, you really can't go wrong. If you like NY-style diners, with efficie

  • The Bagel

    Posted by Mitch on 2007-02-26

    Fries are not so good...

    The soup is amazing. They give a good portion of bread and pickles regardless of what you order which is a plus. The servers are efficient but not very friendly. If you love french fries, this is not the place for you. They are kind of gross. Overall

  • The Bagel

    Posted by Albert on 2007-01-08

    Soup is Good Food!

    When I was 5 years old, my mother served me up some of her famous Matza Ball Soup and I was in soup heaven. The tase was great, the smell was breathtaking (I even considered making it into a cologne) and the feeling I got from eating was pure bliss. Now

  • The Bagel

    Posted by David Keller on 2006-02-14

    Bagel in the Rough

    This restaurant has a delightfully dingy city vibe to it. The matzah ball soup is excellent and the pastrami and light rye with brown mustard is the way to go. Ask them to cut it thick and it rivals the best I've had in this town. The omlets are huge. If

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