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Where to Find the Best Bagels & Pizza on Long Island

April 12, 2018
If you are visiting from out of town, then a must-stop on your itinerary is a taste of some of Long Island’s most famous bites and nothing tops the list quite like a LI slice of pizza or morning bagel. Some fans claim it is because of our water, but whatever the reason a trip to our shores isn’t complete until you’ve tasted the best. Check out our round up of go-to spots around town and be sure to tag us in your culinary adventures along the way #discoverLI2018.


Signature Bagels 

Bagel Boss, Hewlett
Favorite: Rainbow bagel with funfetti cream cheese


Bagel Chalet, Commack
Bacon, egg, and cheese with hash browns on top


Bagel Biz, Melville
Egg bagel – jalapenos, ham, 2 fried eggs, onions, melted Swiss cheese and a smear of plain cream cheese

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Wally’s Bagels, North Babylon
Cinnamon raisin bagel with sweet cinnamon sugar cream cheese

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Bagel Gallery, Smithtown
Favorite: Everything bagel

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Signature Pizzas 

Little Vincent’s, Huntington Village
 A plain slice topped with a mountain of shredded cold mozzarella cheese 

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Saviano’s, Bohemia
Spicy buffalo chicken slice 



Vulcano 081, Rockville Centre
Margherita, Neapolitan pizza 

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Grimaldi’s, Garden City
Favorite: The brunch pizza with bacon, egg and cheese



1943 Pizza Bar, Greenport
“New Haven” slice, topped with mashed potatoes and bacon

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