Wall Street Journal | Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

On Lower East Side, Bakery Plots Comeback for the …

At a time when historic New York sometimes seems to be under siege, perhaps no staple has been as imperiled as the bialy, the powdery, pungent pastry that is cousin to the bagel … Read More

Huffington Post| Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

Top 5 Bagel Spots in NYC

New York City is one of the most culturally diverse cities found anywhere in the world, bringing in a unique food culture that brings in the best that the world has to offer. All … Read More

Bowery Boogie | Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

The Suspicious Explosion that Sidelined Kossar’s Bialys

Next year, the Lower East side bakery celebrates eighty years in business. Much of that history was made at its current address in Seward Park. But it all began at 145 Clinton Street … Read More

Zaget | Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

20 Must-Try Dishes to Call Yourself a New Yorker

Given New York’s extensive culinary history (a hub for Eastern European, Italian, Chinese and German cuisines) and thousands of restaurants, this list could be 100 items long … Read More

Crain's New York Business| Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

New York Stories

Episode 8 : Take a stroll through history with us as Publisher Jill Kaplan meets with the guys who took over Kossar’s Bialy’s … Read More

The Food Network | Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

Kossar’s Bialys with Debra Engelmayer on Next Food Network Star

The Next Food Network Star travels to the Lower East Side to make a recipe using the Kossar’s Bialystoker Kuchen (Bialy). Debra Engelmayer discusses the bialy with the … Read More

New York Eater| Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

The Ultimate New York City Bagel Glossary

A good bagel with a schmear on a Sunday morning is as quintessentially New York as the Times, a dollar slice, or nostalgia for the seedy days of Times Square. New Yorkers are proud … Read More

New York Magazine | Kossar's Bakery New York Articles

Kossar’s Bialys

The oldest bialy bakery in the U.S., Kossar’s Bialys, on the Lower East Side, has been expertly making the pale, yeasty discs of Polish origin at its no-frills shop since 1934. Often … Read More