Berkeley’s Emily Winston kept her word on expanding outside the East Bay. Her highly anticipated Boichik Bagels has finally launched its first Peninsula enterprise, at Town & Country Village in Palo Alto, and customers were quick to line up for these boiled, New York-style bagels.

Winston told the East Bay Times in the fall of 2021 about her plans to open more Bay Area bagel shops following the lease of a massive North Berkeley bagel warehouse where production could be increased. “People tell us they drive an hour from Palo Alto and San Jose for bagels, so the Peninsula is definitely a priority,” she said at the time.

Look for the same menu of eats, including 15 types of bagels, from plain and salt to onion and “pumperthingel,” plus seven house-made schmears, such as lox, chive and Hatch chile. Boichik also sells smoked salmon and house-made whitefish salad.

Related Articles

Restaurants, Food and Drink |

Wienerschnitzel is looking at remodeling its nostalgic A-frames

Restaurants, Food and Drink |

5 Bay Area chefs, food bloggers’ favorite markets and places to shop

Restaurants, Food and Drink |

A Santa Cruz bucket list for fans of mushrooms, salads and messy breakfasts

Restaurants, Food and Drink |

Bay Area’s Best 50 Restaurant Countdown: Nos. 1-50

Restaurants, Food and Drink |

Cupertino’s Special Noodle Soup brings Hainan chicken to San Leandro

The shop, open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, is located in the retail space between Wildseed and CVS.

Details: 855 El Camino Real, Palo Alto;

…read more

Source:: The Mercury News


Palo Alto: Long lines welcome Boichik Bagels at Town & Country

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *