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Bagel Boss will open its second Manhattan location next month.
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Bagel Boss, the kosher bagel shop that for over 50 years has continued to expand throughout New York's boroughs, is opening its second Manhattan location in mid-July, Bagel Boss's general manager confirmed.
The new Bagel Boss will be at 544 3rd avenue between E. 36th and 37th streets, next door the Sarge's Deli.
The other Manhattan Bagel Boss is at 263 1st avenue between E. 15th and 16th streets.
This will be the 14th location in the Bagel Boss chain, which sells, other than bagels, an assortment of baked goods, salads, fish, and schmeres.