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  1. DonRocks

    Bialys

    Where can I find the best Bialys in the DC area? (Asking for a friend. )
  2. Bob Wells

    Bialys

    Just happened upon this thread and thought I'd mention that Russ & Daughters sells a superior bialy too. Well worth the wait.
  3. Bullfrog Bagels did a few pop-ups around the city, but has now opened a permanent store on one side of the Star and Shamrock bar on the East end of H St. I stopped in around 8:30 this morning, and there was a line of about 18 people. The selection today included all the standard bagels as well as a reasonable looking bialy. I needed to get in and out quickly, so decided against any of the breakfast sandwiches (egg & cheese, lox, smoked whitefish, etc.), and got a sesame and everything bagel to go, with sides of scallion/chive and smoked salmon cream cheese. The little guy got a bialy. The everything bagel was indeed everything. Almost, but not quite too salty (which is the perfect amount of salty for a bagel), with a shiny, dark brown outside and perfectly chewy inside. This was a damn fine bagel. The sesame looked like it could've used a few more minutes in the oven, and was a bit pale and soft on the outside. Overall, it was still a pretty good bagel, but didn't compare to the other. I'm not much of a bialy expert, but this one at least looked like the ones I remember from NYC. Nice softened onions and poppy seeds filled the middle. Given the crowd, they're definitely filling a need. Another day, another quality opening on H St.
  4. MsPickles

    Bialys

    Went to NYC this weekend and picked up some bialys. Does anyone know of a bakery around here that sells them? I saw some (not particularly good) at Whole Foods a few months ago, but haven't seen them since.
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