Davidovich Bakery Featured on “What’s Up New York”

Davidovich Bakery Featured on "What's Up New York"

Davidovich Bakery Featured on "What's Up New York"
Davidovich Bakery Featured on “What’s Up New York”

October 6, 2023 (NYC)-Last month Davidovich Bakery’s fine products were featured on the hit NYC program, “What’s up NY“.  Michele Trainor, comedian and host of the program, visited the Essex Street Market and spent time interviewing the Davidovich Staff, tasting some of its fine products, and enjoying its world class coffee.

Davidovich Bakery has been a staple of the Essex Street Market, one of the last Public Markets in the United States, for over ten (10) years.

Michele Trainor spent some time with two other great vendors in the Essex Market as she, and her team, escaped torrential downpours in New York City on the Sunday this was filmed.   She is also the host of the highly successful web series, Divorce Diaries.

To see this fun episode, please visit:




Davidovich Bagels Hit Baton Rogue

Davidovich Bagel Hits Baton Rouge

February 28, 2023 (Baton Rouge)Davidovich Bagels Hit Baton Rogue.  Bagels from New York and wines from Europe are making their way to Baton Rouge via the new Mulberry Market in The Village at Willow Grove. This unique grocery store that sells everything from seltzer waters to olive oils opened quietly in February and hopes to have a grand opening, complete with bagel tastings and more, this Friday, March 3.

To read the entire great article By Olivia Deffes: 


First Look: A new grocery store in Willow Grove offers bagels from New York, a hand-picked selection of wines and more



May 16, 2022 (NYC)THE ORIGIN OF THE BAGEL by Jonathan Rowe.  Food Blogger and author, Jonathan Rowe wrote a great article on the history of Davidovich’s favorite food, the Bagel.   We thought we would share this great piece as it was so well researched and written.

This article is from the Food Blog series, “Chew on This.”

You can find many great articles about bagels and the Davidovich Bakery written by food lovers like Jonathan.  Be sure to check out our website and YouTube Channel for more great features on NYC’s signature, portable food.

Many of our favorite foods have “true” heritage versions, age-old recipes from foreign lands passed down through generations, firmly defended along the way. Most are defined by exact origins or brands of ingredients, specific prep methods, and ways of being served and eaten.

Ironically, most true versions are simple dishes, such as city-style pizzas (New York, Chicago, and Detroit), Mexican (mission-style burritos, tacos de carnitas), Italian (carbonara sauce, handmade pasta), and, perhaps the simplest of all specific eats, the bagel.

The bagel’s humble holy origins

In her book The Bagel: The Surprising History of a Modest Bread, journalist and filmmaker Maria Balinska…”

To read the entire post please visit:

The Hole Story: Origin of the Bagel

How To Mitigate Against Inflationary Times When Buying Davidovich Par Baked Bagels

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by Tim Zim

April 11, 2021 (NYC)– How To Mitigate Against Inflationary Times When Buying Davidovich Par Baked Bagels

2022 has seen unprecedented inflation and supply chain shortages.   This has impacted every level of the Food Industry, including Bagel makers.  We have been faced with staggering inflation, including  over 100% increases in flour costs and Ingredients.  Fuel costs have more than tripled, making delivery more expensive.  Even the boxes your Davidovich Bagels come in continue to be more expensive.   While All Natural Products has tried to hold prices as steady as we can, we have had no choice but to implement modest increases over the past several months.

Here are a few suggestions on things you can do to mitigate the impact of inflationary increases in ordering your Davidovich Par Baked bagels

1.    Order multiple Pallets at once instead of staggering the orders.   By doing this you will be able to take advantage of discounted rates in trucking by offsetting the costs of every pallet.   We always remind our customers that a trucker charges less to send 4 pallets at once than 1 pallet a week for 4 weeks.   If possible keep this in mind.
2.   If buying directly, pay by electronic check, rather than a credit card.   This will help you offset the impact of finance charges on your payment.  We are happy to accept electronic checks as a form of payment.
3.    If you are unable to buy directly you might wish to buy through a local frozen food distributor.  Local Distributors often have the ability to be more competitive in pricing than the big National Chains.  If your local Distributor doesn’t currently carry Davidovich they can easily access them through our National Redistribution program.  Just Ask us HOW!
Thanks for your interest in the best and most authentic NYC water boiled bagels in the world.  We serve the best because we are the best.  Don’t your customers deserve to eat REAL BAGELS?

Start or Move Your Business to New York, NY Today

April 5, 2022 (NYC)– Start or Move Your Business to New York, NY Today by Tina Martin

New York, New York is without a doubt one of the biggest and most famous cities on the planet. It’s many tourist attractions include the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and countless others. It’s also the hub of countless businesses of all types and sizes – and it can also be the birthplace of your business (or at least its new location). Let Davidovich Bakery tell you how.


New York City is home to five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each of these contains dozens of neighborhoods, so the depth and diversity within New York City really is off the scale. Your best bet is to research each of the boroughs to decide which would be the best fit for you (and your budget), then refine and focus your search accordingly.

The median home sale price was $750,000 in 2021, but rent is a possibility, as well. Rent can fluctuate greatly, depending on the area in question. Keep in mind that you can apply for VA loans, energy-efficient mortgage assistance, down payment assistance, and homeownership voucher programs for New York residents. 

Business-Friendly Community 

New York City is home to over 8 million people – which is a lot of potential customers! And seeing as how the Big Apple already supports over 200,000 small businesses, obviously those residents aren’t afraid to spend!

With so many businesses in the town, you can easily network with other entrepreneurs. They can help you face hardships along the way and encourage you to push forward.

Just a few of the many examples of local organizations dedicated to businesses include:

Quality of Life 

If you have children, the education system ranks highly, so you can feel confident they’re receiving a quality education. For adults, there are restaurants, bars, and many opportunities for higher education – including a long list of talent-attracting colleges and universities. An educated local population means you’ll have a strong pool of talent to select from when building your workforce. 

Starting a Business in NYC

Find a business formation service and create a limited liability company (LLC) to protect your personal assets, reduce your paperwork, and reap the rewards of associated tax advantages. When it comes to LLC cost in New York, formation is made cheaper with a service as opposed to a lawyer.

Additionally, you can save money by marketing your business via social media, as well as using this business logo creator to make eye-catching designs to represent your business – for free!

Take Advantage of Living and Doing  Business in NYC Today 

Living and working in New York City means you are part of one of the biggest, most thriving metropolises on the planet. With its rich history, diverse population, and booming economy, the opportunities for growth are practically endless.

Davidovich Bakery brings world renowned products together with the finest gourmet spreads, salmon, salads, baked goods and beverages, to an exciting venue in one of NYC’s most dynamic districts, the Lower East Side’s historic Essex Market. Call (646) 682-9857.

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