New York City — H&H Bagels, a legendary New York City brand since 1972, is reopening its Upper West Side location after a 9-week remodeling and renovation project. The 50-year-old bagel company was started with a single location on the Upper West Side, one of Manhattan’s cultural and intellectual hubs, and has now expanded to five locations throughout the New York City area.
The newly renovated space features an upgraded customer experience, accompanied by a new modern design. The storefront features the brand’s innovative fast-casual service model, which allows customers to follow the preparation of their bagel sandwiches from start to finish.
Located at 526 Columbus Ave., the newly renovated location stands five blocks from the original Upper West Side location and opens to the public this week. After opening its flagship store in 1972 and a second location in 1974 on the Upper East Side, H&H Bagels has expanded its presence over the years with new locations in high traffic areas such as JFK Airport, LaGuardia Airport, and most recently, Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station.
To mark its 50th anniversary this year, the brand recently announced franchise plans to expand its fast-casual bagel concept into the top 50 U.S. metro markets. For more information, visit https://hhbagelsfranchising.com/.
H&H Bagels was founded in New York City in 1972. The legendary brand has established its own legacy in popular culture, both in New York and around the world. In addition to bagels, H&H is known for high-quality sandwich offerings including house-made spread and salad sandwiches, fresh griddled egg sandwiches, and smoked salmon sandwiches. For more information, visit https://www.hhbagels.com.
SOURCE: H&H Bagels