Noah Bernamoff

Black Seed Bagels Will Open New Location in the Old De Robertis Space

Posted February 4, 2015 at 5:15 am

In the ground only a couple months, De Robertis Pasticceria now has its commercial replacement. It’s not a bar. Instead, the upscale, albeit polarizing, Black Seed Bagels is set to take over the First Avenue bakery in a few months. According to Flo Fab at the New York Times, co-owners Noah Bernamoff (Mile End) and […]

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Don’t Believe the Hype: Black Seed Bagels Are Just So … Ordinary

Last modified July 21, 2014 at 1:25 pm

The world of bagels is not unlike the world of pizza – even a bad bagel is still a good bagel. From Lenders to Pain d’Avignon – I’ve never met a bagel I didn’t devour. Give me an “as is,” toasted, grilled, sandwiched, buttered, cheesed – I draw the line at loxed, unless I’m in the mood to […]

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Black Seed Bagel Shop Opens Tomorrow Morning

Last modified April 22, 2014 at 8:17 am

For those craving bagels after a week of matzo, this news might be appealing. The Black Seed bagel shop is set to launch in Little Italy tomorrow morning, just in time for the expiration of Passover. A handwritten sign on the front door of 170 Elizabeth Street announces this to the community. Black Seed is […]

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Noah Bernamoff and Matt Kliegman Opening ‘Black Seed’ Bagel Shop at 170 Elizabeth Street

Posted March 19, 2014 at 5:34 am

There is currently an under-the-radar transformation happening on the ground floor of 170 Elizabeth Street. The business here is undergoing a radical shift from boutique to bagels, a switch that comes as somewhat of a surprise in this liquor-saturated neck of the woods. Build-out onsite has been a constant for the last couple months. Planned […]

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