H&H Bagels

New York City's Iconic Bagel Maker
H&H Bagels
Joe
New York is a bagel loving city, and there arguably no bagel more iconic than the famed H&H Bagel. Could any food make a more perfect gift for an "ex-pat" New Yorker than a dozen H&H bagels with lox and some schmear? I think not. We're excited to bring H&H bagels to food explorers nationwide.
Joe Ariel - CEO, The Marco Polo of Food

H&H has long been a household name in New York City—an iconic Upper West Side landmark where celebrities frequented, where an episode of the popular sitcom Seinfeld was filmed, and where lines often went out the door and circled the block. Founded in 1972, H&H is considered by many to be the world’s most famous bagel brand. Today, H&H continues to make New York bagels the old-fashioned way. Starting with the highest quality, all natural ingredients, H&H bagels are proofed, kettle boiled, bathed in cold water and then baked on burlap covered wood boards in a vintage revolving tray oven. It’s not an easy process, but it’s what makes H&H bagels one of the world’s finest.

We're not the only ones who love them!

H&H Bagels has been featured on the Food Network, Tasting Table, Atlantic, Eater and was an integral part of the Seinfeld episode, "The Strike"

H&H Bagels

New York City's Iconic Bagel Maker

H&H has long been a household name in New York City—an iconic Upper West Side landmark where celebrities frequented, where an episode of the popular sitcom Seinfeld was filmed, and where lines often went out the door and circled the block. Founded in 1972, H&H is considered by many to be the world’s most famous bagel brand. Today, H&H continues to make New York bagels the old-fashioned way. Starting with the highest quality, all natural ingredients, H&H bagels are proofed, kettle boiled, bathed in cold water and then baked on burlap covered wood boards in a vintage revolving tray oven. It’s not an easy process, but it’s what makes H&H bagels one of the world’s finest.

We're not the only ones who love them!

H&H Bagels has been featured on the Food Network, Tasting Table, Atlantic, Eater and was an integral part of the Seinfeld episode, "The Strike"