This fine establishment’s bagels and sweets are popping up in many of our go-to restaurants and shops, and we know why: time-honored recipes, traditional preparations, high-quality local ingredients and all-over deliciousness.This fine establishment’s bagels and sweets are popping up in many of our go-to restaurants and shops, and we know why: time-honored recipes, traditional preparations, high-quality local ingredients and all-over deliciousness. Whether it’s pumpernickel or 7-grain, jump start the morning with one of their six of handmade bagels. Each is rolled, kettle-boiled and baked on wooden planks – resulting in the doughy perfection we expect from a serious New York City bagel.
For those who struggle to silence our midday sweet tooth, Davidovich has just what we crave (so ease off staring at pictures of cake on Pinterest). From black-and-white cookies to muffins and buttery croissants just waiting for jam – it’s all here at the market. And don’t call ‘em that famous six-letter c-word, but their bona fide croissant-donuts are sure to please discerning palates looking for a taste of the popular pastry. Try them in multiple flavors like apple cider, maple glazed and chocolate cream. We recommend you bring a friend to divide-and-conquer the flavors with (since the pastries are so popular – only two per person). They’re worth divvying up for a taste, trust us.
Plain Bagel, $1
Bagel with Plain Cream Cheese, $1.99
Bagel with Flavored Cream Cheese or Tofu Spread, $2.99
Croissant donuts, $5 (limit 2 per person)
Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.