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In Support of Posh Bagel

Original post made by One Parent, South of Midtown, on May 4, 2010

As a long time customer of Posh Bagel, I hope the issues that have called Posh Bagel management into question get cleared up soon for the benefit of the communities and employees affected. We have always found their bagels to be the best available, their service to be great, and the quality of what ever we order there to be very good. Hoping the problem is easy to solve and that no other possible missteps are involved.

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Posted by Bernie
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on May 4, 2010 at 3:57 pm

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Posted by Lee Thé
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Jun 13, 2010 at 1:00 am

House of Bagels, a few blocks further down University, serves bagels. Posh Bagels' bagels are bagel-shaped bread. But don't believe me--just go to House of Bagels and try one. We've been using House of Bagels for 15 years, since they were on Emerson.


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