Accordingly, the Brooklyn Paper says The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread. They were referring to sliced bagels in an open-sandwich format at Filthy Flats.
Entering the downtown section of Brooklyn at 32 Court Street, Filthy Flats is bringing a new concept to sandwiches.
Conceived by a local pair of bagel connoisseurs, Filthy Flats is introducing flat bagels with a wide variety of choices, from breakfast sandwiches to BBQ chicken and more in their new sandwich shop.
A pair of local bagel connoisseurs are getting ready to bring their delicious wares to Downtown Brooklyn in a new form — open-faced sandwiches served on a fresh-baked flat bagel. Randy Narod and Joseph Anzalone, of the popular Long Island Bagel Cafe had their grand opening last month to excellent reviews so far.
It’s one thing to be a foodie, yet another to be a ninja foodie — someone who seeks out new concepts and/or cuisines. Filthy Flats has combined two old-world concepts — the bagel and open-face sandwich — and fused them into something new.
“After more than two decades of serving delicious bagels at nine locations on Long Island and in Westchester, the culinary creatives are taking their first steps into New York City — and, amid a crowded bagel market, they’re hoping that their take on a tried-and-true classic sandwich will stand out.“
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Brooklyn Paper says The Best Things Since Sliced Bread
The bagel is a New York City breakfast staple. But where did this round, chewy bread come from? The answer may surprise you. Bagels were actually created in Poland in the early 1600s. They became popular among Ashkenazi Jews, who brought them to New York City in the late 1800s. At first, they were only sold out of pushcarts and didn’t gain widespread popularity until around World War II. Nowadays, you can find bagels everywhere from delis to grocery store shelves. And they’re not just for breakfast anymore – you can get them filled with all sorts of things for lunch or dinner, too. So next time you’re reaching for a bagel, remember its humble beginnings as a Polish snack!
If you’re in the proximity of downtown Brooklyn stop in to find out what all the fuss is about. When you’re thinking “Where are the best breakfast sandwiches near me,” now you know — Filthy Flats.
Accordingly, the Brooklyn Paper says The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread. They were...