New Yorkers love their everything bagels. Well, we really just love bagels, period. But since we can pretty much get whatever we want, whenever we want it in our five boroughs, why wouldn't we crave the bagel titled, "Everything"? Traditionally, this seedy carb is topped with some combination of poppy seeds, sesame seeds, garlic, onion and salt. And this particular combo of flavors has spread beyond the breakfast and brunch favorite to cocktails, spaghetti and, of course, avocado toast.
Yes, "everything" spice has suddenly become available practically everywhere in New York—here are seven unusual places where you can find it.
Wake and Bake at Aviary NYC
This cocktail was inspired by a classic Manhattan breakfast. The drink includes rye whiskey, coffee-and-orange-infused vermouth and a plastic pillow filled with the scent of everything bagels, that is then opened table side.
New York Croissant (NYC) at Supermoon Bakehouse
This everything-bagel croissant is packed with cream cheese, capers and chunks of lox for a portable version of a classic NYC breakfast.
Pastrami Spaghetti Carbonara at Bond 45
This New York-Italian-style pasta served at the theater district restaurant has pastrami cubes, a poached egg and a sprinkling of "everything" spices.
Sweet Potato Avocado Toast at Seamore's
On top of a slice of sweet potato (not bread, sorry) enjoy apple-cider-vinegar-pickled onions, hunks of avocado and "everything" seasoning (sesame seeds, poppy seeds and garlic powder).
Upper East Sider at Javelina
These do-it-yourself tacos include slices of lox, a shmear of cream cheese, red onions and tomatoes to make your own New-York-style tacos stuffed in an “everything” tortilla.
Franks in a Blanket at 2nd Floor
The cocktail bar atop 2nd Ave Deli is serving these mini hot dogs with with sauerkraut baked-bean essence, matzah crackling and "everything" seeds.
Everything garlic knot at Gristmill
The name pretty much says it all.