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BB’s Bagels and Diner

BB's Bagels and Diner

BB's Bagels and Diner

I’ve been addicted to BB’s bagels lately. My brother regularly sends or brings me H&H Bagels from New York but I’ve found a close substitute here in the ‘burbs. These are boiled bagels, made from scratch daily. They are chewy, dense, and yeasty, with a tiny hint of sour, and a tad bit sweet. Perfection.

BB's Bagels and Diner

But aside from their famous bagels, they serve breakfast and lunch daily until 2pm. Everything is made in house and almost everything is made from scratch. So which one isn’t? The Taylor ham. I love this. It’s a pork roll from New Jersey. Kinda like a bologna. Here, they slice them thin and fry them lightly. I like that it’s not salty at all. Good for breakfast.

You’ve got to visit BB’s. Everyone that comes in is like family. Incidentally, a couple of weeks ago, I discovered Essex bagels which is closer to my house. Rumor has it that they get their dough from BB’s. Well, not exactly. According to Eddie (owner of BB’s), they do roll the dough for Essex but the recipe is slightly different. I agree. BB’s is chewier. Essex is a little on the bland side. BB’s rules.

The scoop:

BB’s Bagels and Diner
770 McFarland Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(770) 475-1818

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9 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Carrie // Oct 30, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Ah, Taylor Ham – brings a Jersey girl back. Fry it up, melt some cheese on it, and throw it on a bagel with lots of butter — best hangover cure ever.

  • 2 Gail Reid // Oct 31, 2009 at 9:45 am

    As a girl from Brooklyn there is no such thing as bagels and ham. Especially with cheese! That aside, I love a good bagel and haven’t had one in ATL since Royal Bagel closed. I can’t believe there’s a bagel place that far north but plan to check it out.

  • 3 hopelessfoodie // Oct 31, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    Hmm…I work near McFarland Pkwy so I think I’ll have to swing by next week to give the bagels a try. I’m stopping by Essex this weekend.

  • 4 Carrie // Nov 3, 2009 at 12:03 am


    You’ve never had pork roll with melted cheese on a bagel??? In Brooklyn??? Maybe it is a Jersey thing.

  • 5 Gail Reid // Nov 3, 2009 at 11:20 am


    The origin of bagels as a Jewish food would have prevented them from coming in contact with anything from a pig. Cheese yes, but not with meat. (Kosher rules governed). Growing up my father would go to the ‘appetizing store’ every Sunday morning to buy bagels. No meat of any kind was sold because they were traditionally served with cream cheese. He would come home with delectables such as lox (aka smoked salmon) whitefish (not salad but the real deal, bones, skin and all), sturgeon, and my personal favorite, pickled herring in cream sauce with onions. MMMM. That’s what goes with bagels in Brooklyn.

  • 6 Carrie // Nov 3, 2009 at 9:29 pm

    Gotcha. My family isn’t Kosher, so we had our tasty pork roll sandwiches every Sunday. But my second favorite bagel meal is with lox and capers. I haven’t tried pickled herring in cream sauce, but next time I’m in NYC I just may have to give it a try.

  • 7 Roland // Nov 3, 2009 at 11:13 pm

    That’s my favorite bagel joint. Love the Everything Bagel and lox spread. Plus you can freeze your extra bagels and toast them later in the week. It’s the best bagel joint.

  • 8 Chloe // Nov 4, 2009 at 10:19 am

    Carrie and Gail — you are both awesome!!! I learned something new from both of you!

    Hopeless — BB’s rolls the dough for Essex but the recipe is slightly different. I’m partial to BB.

    Rol — I have their number on speed dial because Eddie wants me to call ahead before I arrive so that my orders are ready. Yes, orders. Folks ITP have been asking me to pick up some for them. Last week, I picked up 4 dozens!

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