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:




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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Davidovich Stands With Ukraine

Davidovich Stands With Ukraine
Davidovich Stands With Ukraine

February 24, 2022 (NYC)– Davidovich Stands With Ukraine.  As most people know, Davidovich Bakery’s founders were born in Kyiv, Ukraine.  This region has become the center of the world’s focus as the lives, health, and safety of innocent people are threatened in this modern tragedy.  While these men are proud Americans, they are also Ukrainian by birth; they have family members living in fear in this occupied region of the world.

#WeStandWithUkraine, as we stand with all oppressed and disenfranchised people all over the world.   The history of Bagels as a cultural food is tied to people who have struggled throughout history at the hands of oppression and discrimination.

Please visit our store at the Essex Street Market,  88 Essex Street, NY, NY 10002, or any of our NYC Davidovich locations.  For all bagel sales taking place at our store locations for Friday-Sunday we will be donating a portion of the proceeds to Razom.   This is a non-political relief organization helping the people of Ukraine who have lost homes, property, and in some cases, lives.

If you wish to donate to this cause you can visit Razom, or we will accept donations and render them on your behalf.

To find out more about Davidovich’s Founding and History you can visit:  www.allnp.com
Thank you for your support.
#WeStandWithUkraine #StandwithUkraine

Davidovich’s History of the Bagels in America

Davidovich's Bagel Talk
Everyone is talking about Davidovich’s Bagel Talk

March 10, 2020 (NYC) -TheHistory of Bagels In America author and lecturer, Marc Fintz, joined host and comedian, Joe Pontillo, for a talk about the book, about bagel history, and about NYC History.  This 2019 publication is based on a series of lectures hosted by Davidovich Bakery about the history of Artisan baked goods, like Davidovich Bagels.  The original lecture was given before a “sold-out” crowd in New York City.

Pontillo’s interview of author and Bagel Historian, Marc Fintz, was filmed last month at the Blue Moon Hotel, on the Lower East Side of NYC as part of Davidovich’s monthly talk show, Bagel Talk.  This highly successful show features artisan food makers, historians, and NYC artisans in a format that allows viewers to get more familiar with the rich and wonderful history of NYC, its food, and culture.

This light hearted look at the state of modern bagel making and the relationship between this iconic, cultural food and its people is not to be missed. The History of Bagels in America can be found everywhere books are sold, including Davidovich’s online store.

Bagel Talk is a monthly talk show produced by Davidovich Bakery, the makers of the world most famous bagels.

Bagel Talk Episode 2- A Look at the New Essex Street Market

The New Essex Street Market Proposal

September 10, 2018 NYC-On the 2nd Episode of Bagel Talk Lauren Margolis, Community Programs Manager at Essex Market, joins our host and comedian, Joe Pontillo for a brief overview of the Historic Essex Street Market and a sneak peak at the New Essex Street Market to open in the Winter of 2018.

Lauren Margolis of the Essex Street Market, and Host Joe Pontillo

Lauren talked briefly about the history of public markets in NYC and how the Essex Street Market plays into that history, about the current market with its 26 vendors, and the near future of the construction project to open later this year offering a relocation of the current vendors plus much more.

Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.

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