20th Century Cafe... ... was conceived by owner and chef Michelle Polzine out of years of hard work in front of the oven, thoughts about food, old movies, and drunken discussions about the future (and the past). Searching through vintage cookbooks and traveling through the cites of Vienna, Budapest, and Prague brought...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Montreal smoke meat sandwiches ("imagine the love child of pastrami and corned beef and Quebecois poutine (thick beef gravy on french-fried potatoes with fresh cheese curds)), sides, and local craft brews. The Augie’s Authentic Montreal Deli concept comes from founder and creator Alexei (Lex) Gopnik-Lewinski, who has called the San...

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

The babka cake is served in every Jewish household during celebrations and happy family events. Cafes and bakeries in Tel-Aviv and throughout the country serve babkas all week long, and they remain the most widely sold cakes in Israel despite the recent culinary advancements and wide variety of available desserts....

 Ashkenazi Food /  Santa Clara County

NEW YORK-STYLE BAGELS...IN THE BAY AREA • HAND-MADE, CERTIFIED ORGANIC, BOILED & BAKED LOCALLY •   Our hand-made, 48-hour, fermented bagels have won internal New York Times tasting competitions and, whenever we can, our ingredients are sourced from local shops in Northern California. If we don't make your favorite bagel, it's...

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In addition to the usual kinds of bagels, they also have cranberry, chocolate chip, pumpkin, cinnamon sugar, and gluten free. Also coffee, breakfast sandwiches, bagel dogs, chocolate chip cookies. Special day on day-old bagels.

 Ashkenazi Food /  Marin County

Takes inspiration from Montreal. Wood-fired bagels, shakshuka, hummus, organic fried chicken, free-range eggs, matzoh ball soup, smoked trout salad, and so much more. Now offers catering.  

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

For many New Yorkers, H&H Bagels were the gold standard, the very height of bagel perfection to which none other compared.  But they went out of business in 2011 and were mourned by many. Now several years of ongoing experimentation have resulted in something pretty darn close.   A top-notch...

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

Museum dedicated to celebrating Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas. Some exhibits present Yiddish culture. Occasional performances. Shop for exhibition-related catalogs, selected Judaica, engaging books, and thoughtful gifts. All sales support The Museum's educational mission. Lunch at Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen

 Ashkenazi Food, Jewish Arts Presenters, Other Resources, Retail Stores in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

Organic…Hand-rolled…Boiled…Wood-fired…Cultured butter…Cream cheese…Made in-house from local, sustainably-raised Bay Area agriculture. Second location: Takeout bagel shop in S.F.'s Ferry Building opening December 2019.

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Who would have guessed a random Cambodian-owned cafe on a quiet block in Emeryville would put so much effort into their bagels? With this bagel’s ideal texture, Dee Spot definitely deserves a closer look.

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

Started in April 2020, Ethel's Bagels has nine flavors of bagels. Bagels and shmears. "A West Coast bagel with an East Coast attitude." Delivery is available two days a week in Sonoma County and one day per week in Marin County, San Francisco, and the East Bay

 Ashkenazi Food /  Sonoma County

  SPECIALIZING IN SAVORY PASTRIES BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN & FAMILY RECIPES FROM OVER 100 YEARS OLD A San Francisco bakery specializing in freshly baked pastries. Our journey began with great Grandfather Mosheh who traveled from Iraq to Israel carrying with him a wealth of delicious recipes. We wish to offer our...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

A wholesale Jewish bakery serving the Bay Area for over 50 years — making every day a challah-day. Grand Bakery is a storied food institution that brings delicious, traditionally Jewish goods to a broad and diverse community. We've been baking in Oakland since 1959, and after a brief hiatus, we've...

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

Rachel B. Gross is the John and Marcia Goldman Professor of American Jewish Studies in the department of Jewish studies at San Francisco State University. She is a scholar of religious studies whose work focuses on the lives, spaces, and objects of twentieth-century and contemporary American Jews. She is currently...

 Ashkenazi Food, Lecturers /  San Francisco

According to an article by Alix Wall in the 6/26/20 issue of "J. The Jewish News of Northern California," Hella Bagels is a home-based startup in Oakland, where chef-owner Blake Hunter can make only 100 bagels at a time, which he does Sunday mornings. Hunter delivers in the East Bay...

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

House of Bagels was opened in 1962 at the original location at 2nd and Geary Blvd., our famous bagel recipe having been brought here from Brooklyn, New York. In 1964, we relocated to its present location at 5030 Geary Boulevard in San Francisco. Traditional NY-style bagels have been made from...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Blog about food and Yiddish by The Chocolate Lady  

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Bagels, plus lox, shears, salads, and cookies. Serves breakfast and lunch and caters. Two locations, Palo Alto and East Palo Alto. Supervised by the Vaad Hakashrus of Northern California.

 Ashkenazi Food /  Santa Clara County

  … AT MARLA BAKERY, EVERYTHING WE DO STARTS IN THE KITCHEN. MARLA is an Acronym composed of the first letters of the names of our family members who taught us to cook and bake. Food does not spring forth from the ether, it is informed and shaped by the...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Offerings started with pastrami, corned beef and half-sour garlic pickles, and then the team branched out to matzo ball soup, challah French toast. Pickup and delivery orders are available in the South Bay through DoorDash and Grub Hub, and occasionally in the East Bay. Connected with JW Catering in Sunnyvale,...

 Ashkenazi Food /  Santa Clara County

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