367 Grand St,New York, NY 10002
The Russian Jewish bakers who arrived in New York City
in the late 19th century and early 20th century made an industry out of
their recipe for the mainstay bread rolls baked in every household.
Aside from our unique recipe,
not-so-good replicas of Kossar's bialys are the results
of automatic tunnel ovens, freeze dried onions and preservatives.
We use an old-fashioned brick oven to give you
that authentic flavor.