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Modern Bread and Bagel in NYC

Season 1, Ep. 10

Modern Bread and Bagel just opened on the Upper West side of Manhattan this past week. In addition to bagels and house-made spreads and cheeses, this gluten free and kosher bakery serves breads, cinnamon buns, babka, pop tarts, donuts and more! Check out their website for their other delicious brunch items which is served from 7 am - 4 pm. In the next few weeks, a Mediterranean restaurant named Arba will open in the evenings in the same spot. It's also gluten free, dairy free and kosher.

Don't visit NYC without checking out Erin Smith of Gluten Free Globetrotter's list of gluten free eateries. She works hard to keep it updated and accurate. Check out Erin's list here:

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