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Terrace Bagels to Re-open Next Door in Coming Weeks

The eatery will soon take over the space next door, expanding its space to include a seating area and salad bar.

Rumors have swirled about what will inhabit the storefront at 222 Prospect West—the one next to Terrace Bagels. 

And the answer is...Terrace Bagels. A bigger Terrace Bagels, with a seating area and salad bar. 

The cafe, renowned for serving up tasty sandwiches and breakfast items, will in the coming weeks be leaving its spot at 224 Prospect Park West and scooting one door over, a manager confirmed on Friday. 

As we reported in June, the impetus for the miniature move is that while the eatery's owners are renting their current space at 224 Prospect Park West, they actually own the building at 222, formerly inhabited by Swan Dry Cleaners.

Now that Swan is gone, Terrace Bagels Cafe can take over the building.

As for the space at 224? We've heard chatter that a Dunkin' Donuts will be moving in, though the manager at Terrace Bagels said he has heard no such thing.

Calls to Dunkin' Donuts were not returned, but we'll continue to dig around and keep you updated on what we learn. 

In the meantime: Do you want a Dunkin' Donuts on PPW? Tell us your thoughts in the comments. 

Steve LeVine January 05, 2013 at 04:01 PM
Please-not a Dunkin' Dontus. However, something of better quality like Doughnut Plant, DOUGH or similar would be great. If it was to be a DD and anyone bought a bagel in there next door to NY's best bagels, I'd have to smack them.
NJE January 05, 2013 at 04:27 PM
How about anything except a chain. A real bakery with bread or cakes, a fish market, a specialty cured meat and cheese, a unique store of almost any kind. Are there not enough coffee and donut options in the area?
Marc January 05, 2013 at 05:19 PM
A fish market would be good. I would also take another pizzeria--the street had two for years--or a small restaurant serving something not already available nearby. It could sit empty for a while like the Sabella's space or the candy store next to it. I remember when Terrace Bagels first opened in 224 next to Bob's Hardware, which was in both 222 and 222A (along with the corner space across Windsor).
Dave January 06, 2013 at 04:49 AM
In response to the question, "Are there not enough coffee and donut options in the area?": where can you get doughnuts in Windsor Terrace? We've been looking for a year now, and the closest options we see are in Park Slope, and that's too far of a walk for a weekend morning breakfast run.
BRADY January 06, 2013 at 03:41 PM
Actually 9th ave had a baker, a butcher, a fish market, more than one pizzeria and more than one deli, a florist,a fruit and vegetable stand , even a funeral parlor unfortunately most could not keep up with skyrocketing rents of the neighborhood and closed up shop
Vania Tseng January 06, 2013 at 11:17 PM
Steeplechase Coffee sells Dough donuts and Brooklyn Commune sells donuts too but I am not sure where they come from.

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