Bring on the Bagels

Not only does the cafe have a shiny new sign, it's hiring new staff.

Popular Windsor Terrace eatery Terrace Bagels is creeping ever closer to opening its new spot at 222 Prospect Park West.

The new outpost, which will replace the erstwhile Swan Dry Cleaners and offer customers a larger dining space to nosh their bagels, has announced its presence to the world with a brand new sign.

It's also hiring additional staff. A help wanted flier posted to the current building at 224 PPW says the restaurant is looking for both full and part time cooks and cashiers. Applicants should have experience, and anyone interested should inquire in person.

Lynnie Rose January 29, 2013 at 01:57 PM
I Love Terrace Bagels, but when I went to order my favorite bagel with butter to go I was a little taken a back that the cashier said $2.17. A few days later I ordered the same and was told $2.17 I asked the cashier does your boss realize this is Bklyn not Park Ave. I've been coming to Terrace Bagels for many years with friends neighbors & spouse for breakfast specials and lunch. The prices are now keeping me away. Sorry but I will miss this place but the prices are much too high. Best of Luck.
J.T Galla February 08, 2013 at 01:37 PM
i like bagels too , but they are fattening.so i dont eat them. they make good expensive heroes to go. so good i can get 4 lunches out of 1, so its really a bargain.best to lightly toast their hero ,the bread is a little too chewy for me. it's a great place to sit down for lunch with lots of choices for sandwiches & decent coffee.a lot better than what you find on the circle.with home prices exceeding $1.5 M,what did you expect? spam on day old bread?
Lynnie Rose February 08, 2013 at 04:34 PM
It's a still a shame that 9th Ave. is turning into a high end Park Slope, we are definitely losing the working middle class and I'm missing the diversity in this neighborhood. Some people do love spam that's why they've been in business since my grandma was young. You should try spam kabobs or is that to beneath you.


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