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  • Frank V.

    Great little local breakfast/lunch place. We ordered steak and cheese sandwich, club sandwich, jalapeño bagel with cream cheese, and chicken Caesar wrap, peanut butter protein shake. All of it was pretty good. Decent size portions for the price. We ends up having leftovers. Place could use a POS terminal for cashier in order to make the ordering process a little smoother. We will be back! Nice job!

    (5)
  • Ariel D.

    Bagels were just ok. The flavor is pretty good but the texture is way off from what a great bagel should be. They too thin and there is no crisp outer layer. Instead outer layer is tough and difficult to eat makes me think of what eating dry skin would be like. The real disappointing part of Nosh is that they microwave all their food. They have three microwaves displayed prominently like its a good thing. Flavorless eggs (probably powdered) microwaved doesn't improve the poor texture of the bagels.

    (2)
  • Carlisha L.

    This place is amazing! I wish one was closer to me. I would stop here everyday before work. I visited The Nosh on a Saturday. And fell in love with all the bagel selection. The service was fast and the crowd of people drew me in. I ended up with a breakfast bagel that had eggs/bacon and cheese. It was amazing! I thought they would only put like 2slices of bacon. They loaded my bagel with bacon and I was in Heaven. The prices are very reasonable and the staff is very nice. One staff even came from behind the counter to help me hunt down some grape jelly that had ran out. I recommend this place to everyone! I hope they expand the business! I will actually be making a trip to The Nosh this weekend! A+++++

    (5)
  • Julie V.

    Hipster ass bagel spot. Good little cafe for breakfast, can be crowded but it's pretty fast. I ordered the french toast and veggie omelette. Got the chai tea. Omelette was alright, nothing special but it hit the spot. The french toaat was soft and amazing. Still love hillside a lot more but definitely will come back for the toast!

    (4)
  • Tina M.

    Great salads for a bagel shop! Fresh and full of a variety of vegetables. Their tuna salad is much better than average. Try the Tombstone Wrap if your in the mood. It looks delicious! Big enough for 2 meals. Friendly and fast service. BYW I love the new tables! Thanks Nosh.....we'll be back.

    (5)
  • Mike B.

    Amazing breakfast! Get anything you want - everything is great. Juat make sure you get a side of pancakes. They're perfection.

    (5)
  • Robert T.

    The food here is incredibly awesome! I ordered the South Mountain Burrito. I can't begin to tell you how delicious it was. My taste buds were in heaven! I will also say that my biggest pet peeve is having your food arrive cold. NOT the case here. My burrito arrived literally hot off the grill just the way I like it. You gotta come here. I assure you that you will not regret it!! Bring the whole family!! Enjoy!!

    (5)
  • Ivy L.

    Ranchero was savory and delicious...don't forget to add some tobacco sauce and ketchup extra tasty when added on the opposite side of the garlic bagel

    (5)
  • Monica O.

    I can completely thank Yelp App for this great find, I was way too early to head into work and wanted some breakfast and not from a fast food chain, so I looked what was in the area and found the Nosh Cafe so off I went. When I got there it had a little line, but don't worry, it moves sort of fast, while waiting in line I checked out the menu board and saw they had a lot going on, that I want to try it all, but I had to limit my choice to just one this time around. Now they have breakfasts off the grill and breakfast sandwiches, so I knew the sandwiched sounded good, so I checked out the selection and went with the Ranchero on a jalapeno bagel and a large caramel latte. The Ranchero was egg, sausage, red onion & house made southwest cream cheese; it was a great breakfast bagel sandwich. Happy to had found Nosh Cafe, and saw they do lunch and its less than 2 miles from my work, so I can pretty much say I will be back again soon.

    (4)
  • T R.

    Best bagels & breakfast in Ahwatukee, by far. A loyal customer, other area restaurants do not have the family service. Family friendly owned.

    (5)
  • Tasha W.

    The staff is really friendly and the service was really fast! That's why I gave 3 stars. But the food was so bland and disappointing. I wanted to check this place out because it had so many good reviews but I don't know why now. I got the South Mountain Burro. Maybe their bagels are amazing. But their food? It's not something I'd come back for.

    (3)
  • Nicole G.

    Just tried this place yesterday & I am in love. I ordered a cheese bagel with sweet habanero spread. It was the yummiest thing ever!! I sadly didn't get to try it until I got to work and by then it was cold but still delicious. It was so good I went back this morning and ordered it again! This time I ate it on my way to work. So yummy when it's warm and toasty! I will probably be back tomorrow and will try to make myself try something new. There are a lot of options! While I am in love with the bagel, the coffee was just meh. One review on here mentions that the mocha is better than Starbucks. I would have to disagree. Tried the latte today and was also not impressed. I like my coffee to be more on the sweet side though. Also the older woman who is mentioned in another review is just as you described: short with words and grumpy. It's kind of a turn off but when the bagel is that good I will put up with it! I don't like the debit card machine and the place to tip. I feel obligated to tip every time because they just look at you waiting for your response. I don't mind tipping but if I'm just getting a to go order is it really necessary?

    (5)
  • Chuck R.

    This place is a breath of fresh air compared to the filthy, shoddily-run corporate competition that dirties the name of a famous, long-deceased physicist. The Nosh's bagels are big, light, and fresh. The employees are all cheerful, friendly, and sincerely customer-oriented. And the place is kept spot-on clean and organized. Was surprised to see a large menu of breakfast entrees as well as lunch selections too. Will have to return often to check it all out.

    (5)
  • Guy D.

    I recently visited The Nosh Cafe for breakfast and was impressed with the friendly staff and lack of wait times (even when they were busy). I chose the South Mountain Burro which hit the spot perfectly. Tasty and filling but not so much that I felt like a lead balloon afterwards! The most important thing for me was the coffee. Delicious house coffee - apparently roasted locally so that's a winner :).

    (5)
  • Aparna R.

    Small hole in the wall ... Amazing brunch place in the neighborhood.. I have tried almost all their pancakes... Fresh and yummy food... Be ready to wait in line over the weekends as it can get packed,.. But totally worth it... I recommend all their bagels and omelettes as well ...good service and great place for a family breakfast ...inside and outside seating available with ample parking :)

    (4)
  • Beatrice C.

    I am from New York, I have high expectations when it comes to bagels- especially breakfast bagel sandwiches. By FAR- I have one of the best bacon, egg and cheese on an everything bagel at this cafe. It's clean, quaint and overall adorable. I also had their creme brulee flavored coffee and fresh orange juice to round out my breakfast and I was not disappointed. The next day I went back to get the "Go Bananas" bagel sandwich which was bananas, PB and agave nectar- also, incredible. Even though I was in town just a few days for work, whenever I am in Phoenix, I will make sure to stop by this gem an maybe try the pancakes or french toast :).

    (5)
  • Joleen R.

    Been here many times and never disappointed. French toadt is awesome! They also make great omelettes and bagel sandwiches. Not a huge staff so you will wait a little while but its worth it. I will keep coming back!

    (5)
  • Patricia M.

    This is one of our go-to places for weekend breakfast. We always get the same thing even though the menu has changed a lot over the years. There are now a lot of options for hot breakfast but we come here for the delicious bagels. We always share a bagel breakfast sandwich and a banana nut bagel. The bagels are crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle just the way I love them.

    (5)
  • Randy W.

    Searched Yelp for best nearby breakfast burrito and ended up at The Nosh. Great burrito and the menu had several other great looking items. Great find when I am in town.

    (5)
  • Nadia L.

    I've been living in Ahwatukee for several years but never went into The Nosh because I thought that it was one of The Bagel Nosh chains which I'm not a fan of. I walked in and was pleasantly surprised with the Decor and cleanliness of the place and I was immediately greeted by a young gal. I stood there staring at the menu for a bit and the young gal that greeted me was very nice and was happy to tell me about the best menu items. She was very helpful and so friendly and didn't make me feel rushed at all. I ended going with the Lox Bagel, and Orange Juice and also decided to give the french toast a try. It was absolutely amazing. The best bagel I've had in quite some time and the orange juice was so fresh and sweet. All in all The Nosh was great. The environment & the food were wonderful but what really won me over was the great customer service I received from the young Lady. I believe her name was Chris or Christi, she took pride both in serving myself and the rest of the customers and that is important especially in a locally owned business. I will definitely be back.

    (5)
  • Shelly P.

    Not familiar with the area and found on yelp. So glad! A great breakfast, fresh, good quality, large portions! A friendly staff helpful in my egg whites no meat choice. Lots of variety of bagels baked fresh daily! A delish way to start our day!

    (5)
  • Holly R.

    My first visit to Nosh was great! No waiting an hour for a table and the food was really good. A win-win on a Sunday morning. I ordered a bagel sandwich and a side of hashbrowns. The bagel was 1. Huge 2. Soft and chewy 3. Completely satisfying. The eggs were fluffy and the sausage was flavorful too making for an excellent bagel sandwich. The hashbrowns were also yummy. They were buttery without being greasy, salty and had just the right amount of crispiness. I tried a bite of my friend's pancake and that was good too - very fluffy. The service was friendly and fast, too. The only downside was that it was a little loud inside. They did have a few tables outside but they were full. Next time if it's not too hot I would probably go outside for a little quiet. But either way, I'll be back!

    (4)
  • Alex G.

    If you're looking for real NY style bagels, this is the place to go. I haven't had a bagel I don't like, but I definitely recommend the pumpernickel, which is just amazing. The prices are great, the staff is always SO friendly, and there is a lot of variety. The lines can be long in the AM, but they move quickly and the staff are efficient. The only thing that's subpar is the coffee--it's just hot coffee, so if you like iced in the AZ heat, that's a downfall.

    (5)
  • Alfredo A.

    Great bagels, friendly people, quick service, nice modern decor and spectacular drawing on the menu (in the wall). They sweat the little details like the sauce and condiments section all nearly stacked. The girls that work there are all young so they might not be the most refined taking the dishes and trays out of your way but they do smile all the time!

    (4)
  • Li T.

    I like the food here...it is gross to watch the girl making the breakfast sandwich without TWO gloves and using the exposed hand (just hoping it's clean. Cross contamination must not be a big deal).the owner seems to have favorite customers. He has a bunch of younger girls working which is fine but as I stood in line I witness what looks like cattiness and 'tude...not towards the customer however. My only recommendation: call in your order, add an extra 5 minutes to their pick up time and you Will be good. Breakfast burrito and pancakes are always a good choice here ADDITION: we waited for our order to be called (they call by name) they call our name and totally ignore us giving our order to the guys sitting right next to us. When we go and ask if he had just said "Kevin" the owner , without even looking up, completely dismisses us "no I didn't say Kevin" but then walks over to the guy and says "are you Kevin?" He says no and LUCKILY (or else shit would've hit the fan) the dudes order was exactly our order so their screw up was easily fix. Sooo clearly customer service isn't their strong suite

    (4)
  • Brandon F.

    This place has the best food in town. Huge sandwiches with the tastiest bacon. Super friendly and chill place to hang out. I can't wait to try the whole menu.

    (5)
  • Violeta H.

    Nosh is a nice breakfast spot. These got dam fresh bagels tho. I'm loving the sweet options including egg whites and turkey or chicken sausage, variety of cream cheeses including low fat but I usually just go with the egg white sandwich. Great food.

    (4)
  • Tanya R.

    The texture of the bagels is that of a kaiser roll, but their lox cream cheese spread is amazing. The latté is okay, but then again I'm a bit of an espresso snob. I would come back just to buy their cream cheese.

    (3)
  • Dean W.

    I was in the mood for pancakes so I decided to stop in. This is a bagel shop but the great thing is you can get a full breakfast. I ordered the pancakes and potatoes (see pictures). The pancakes were really good. They taste like a higher quality McDonald's pancakes. The potatoes were fresh and hot and the did not skimp on the portions. You can purchase a single pancake if you'd like, so keep in mind they are huge. Make sure you ask for an extra syrup as well. All and all this is a nice place for breakfast and I'll certainly go back.

    (4)
  • Lindsay C.

    Pretty sweet place for breakfast or brunch, operates in fairly efficient manner, with lots of bagel types, spread types and sandwiches to choose from. They also double as a coffee shop, have patio seating that's great during this lovely fall AZ weather, and their staff is friendly, patient and knowledgeable about their items. I ordered a toasted everything bagel with jalepeno cream cheese and a chai latte (sm) for a little over $5. I decided to try lox and they added that on for $2 (a 2oz ramekin). My friend and I sat outside on the patio, which was full, and we ended up stuffed in a corner. Our bagels came out quickly, within 3-4 minutes, but our drinks took much longer. Both of us were already halfway through our breakfast before our chai lattes were brought to our table. Quality of food matched the price, bagels were good (if not just a little cold), jalepeno cream cheese was SPICY and the lox was... mehhh I don't know if I'd get it again. My friend had a bagel sandwich and he seemed to enjoy that too. I'd see myself stopping in here pre-IKEA day-long shopping adventure, but I'd like to see the drinks come out at the same time or even before the food.

    (3)
  • Bill J.

    The food here is very tasty and service is quick.

    (5)
  • Rebekah H.

    This was our first visit to The Nosh, and we really enjoyed it. I had a breakfast sandwich that consisted of scrambled eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese on a garlic bagel. They put a lot of bacon on the sandwich. It wasn't as crispy as I prefer, but I still enjoyed it. I also had an iced coffee, which was pretty good. The people in front of us in line seemed to have several questions, which made our wait a bit long but it also gave us a chance to really study the menu and choose which bagels we wanted so we knew exactly what we would be ordering once it was our turn. The food took a bit longer than I would have liked, but it was a busy Saturday mid-morning, so it wasn't a big deal.

    (4)
  • Paula M.

    Very disappointing! There are much better places to go for bagels and breakfast stuff.The service is lacking both in efficiency and friendliness. Actually the girl behind the counter was rude and discourteous. The food was just ok nothing special The best thing about eating there is I don't ever have to eat there again Can't imagine they'll be in business for long Yuk :(

    (1)
  • Andrew K.

    First let me say that I am a bagel snob. Being Jewish and having spent most of my life in NY NY, I literally grew up and lived on the Real Thing - bagels and authentic Jewish Deli food. Given this life long exposure I feel I can confidently say there really is NOTHING special about this place. Bagels yes. Better than nothing YES! Anything remotely close to what I know is possible... No!

    (3)
  • Paige S.

    Great breakfast place! After years of driving by im so glad I stopped in - had a great selection and was packed. All the workers were friendly and efficient and the bagels were fantastic! Will definitely be going again soon :)

    (5)
  • Marion W.

    Rob and his wife are the owners they are great people and the food is great too. It is a local business. Not a chain. Highly recommend

    (4)
  • Lloyd H.

    The Nosh is the spot .. Great people , Great service and great food . I've been coming here for over 3 yrs and every time the experience is AWESOME . Everything is wonderful . Bagels , Salads , Soups etc . If you get a chance please try the Southwest Corn Chowder . Awesome !!!!!

    (5)
  • Erica S.

    Love this place! Definitely our go to breakfast stop, love the bagels and the South Mountain Burro is the best!

    (5)
  • Janice L.

    Everyone is very friendly. The food is awesome. The bagels are better than most from NYC. The bacon egg and cheese on a bagel is very good.

    (5)
  • David B.

    Second time here and it was as good as the first. I highly recommend the "Lox & Works" it is quite excellent. The bagels have just enough tooth to them! They are definitely not skimpy with the toppings. I love tomatoes and without asking for extra there were 3 large slices on each half! Well done!

    (5)
  • Jill P.

    Yummy bagel sandwiches for lunch. I had the BLT and was pleasantly surprised to have plenty of perfectly done bacon on my sandwich. Flavor was great. My husband got southwestern bagel sandwich and it had a great flavored spread and also tons of meat. It took about 8-10 min to have our sandwiches prepared so I wouldn't recommend if you're in a hurry. I'm not sure if it always takes this long.

    (4)
  • Cassidy G.

    I just happened upon this place on our way to ikea and we're pleasantly surprised! We came for lunch right before it closed so there weren't many people the workers were extremely friendly and they seem to get along well. Since they were about to close they did not have the bagel I originally wanted but I tried the blueberry with plain cream cheese, most bagels taste the same but I think that the flavor was much better than most. We also had the tombstone wrap with a spinach wrap, it was a little spicy but not overpowering. There was a lot of bacon, which isn't my favorite, but if you like bacon then this sandwich is for you! I will definitely be eating here again.

    (5)
  • Bryan C.

    The Nosh is ok. Bagels are mediocre, nothing special. The older lady who works behind the counter should stay at home. She's short worded, unwelcoming, and flat out rude to customers. If you want a real bagel with friendly service there is a much better place up the street on Elliot. However, if you want an Einstein's copy with Darth Vader behind the counter, come to The Nosh.

    (2)
  • Maureen M.

    Tough critic from the East Coast but this was a great spot for a delicious bagel or bagel sandwich. Sad im leaving tomorrow or I would go back again. Sesame bagel with honey but cream cheese= heaven.

    (5)
  • Lia S.

    I love the Nosh. This place has an awesome selection of bagels and cream cheese flavors. They also have a hot grill for those who prefer omelets, breakfast burritos and egg dishes. My go-to combo is their garlic feta dill cream cheese on their everything bagel. Gotta try their Kona Macadamia coffee too. Delicious!

    (5)
  • I D.

    So far just had the bagels but they were great. I like the atmosphere inside the shop, too, and the outside seating.

    (5)
  • Maureen V.

    Sunday mornings are always fun with the hustle and bustle of people hungry for their bagel breakfast. The food is always fast and good! Come!

    (5)
  • Josh M.

    My favorite place in Ahwatukee! They have the best bagels and homemade cream cheese & freshly squeezed OJ to boot. The other breakfast items are all top notch as well. Friends always tell me the coffee is choice too! Lunch is good but the breakfast is where its at.

    (5)
  • Paige J.

    Super friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and great food. A little pricy, but you definitely get what you pay for.

    (5)
  • Holly C.

    If you're looking for a great breakfast sandwich, this is the place to go to! My husband and I have have tried several ones and none have disappointed. Each bagel sandwich is about $7-$8 but they're a decent size.

    (4)
  • Nichol H.

    The long lines are completely worth it. My favorite place to go after an early morning weekend run. Or a later morning hangover. Or any morning at all really.

    (4)
  • Jon F.

    Best bagel place in Ahwatukee!! Blows Einstein's away with a huge cannon, bazooka! Support locally owned business, especially when they're miles ahead of the national chains. An example is their bagel and lox. You get a generous bagel with lots of salmon, which is obviously the only reason you'd ever order the lox. To contrast, at Einstein you get a tiny amount of salmon that, honestly, they should be completely embarrassed about serving. The bagels here are incredible too and they offer a nice selection of breakfast and lunch. Oh, and they have great coffee!!!

    (5)
  • Megan J.

    Delicious bagels, awesome staff, friendly owner. I loved the special cranberry/citrus cream cheese they had around the holidays last year, I hope it comes back around this year!

    (5)
  • Jon G.

    I have been coming to [Bagel] Nosh since they first opened here over a decade ago. Came in for a late (11:30) breakfast the other day and the grill had just closed but they still made me the bacon and eggs I came in for. The eggs were cooked perfectly over medium, no runny whites. Love that they have supplemented their bagel business with legit breakfast foods. Good prices, good portions, good food. Can't really go wrong here and yes, the bagels are really good too. 4/5

    (4)
  • Amy L.

    Went here for the first time and had breakfast. The hashbrowns and pancakes were awesome. Can't wait to go back for lunch sometime.

    (4)
  • Jo Ann S.

    We just happened to be going to play golf at a nearby golf course. We were early and needed breakfast. What a lucky stop for us! The breakfast menu was pretty big. I had the apple chicken sausage scramble. It was delicious! My friend had a bagel breakfast sandwich. Also yummy. Delicious coffee. Friendly staff. Good prices. It is a order at the counter and they bring your food to your table kind of place. There are several tables inside and a few outside. Their lunch menu looked good, but I can only rate breakfast. It is not too far off of I-10. I will go back the next time I am in town.

    (5)
  • Dave T.

    YUM. I popped in here for a quick breakfast sandwich, and it was incredibly good & affordable. Hoping to return to try some of the other food items, but that toasted cheese bagel with ham, cheese, and egg was delicious.

    (4)
  • Rodrigo D.

    Place is friendly, menu on wall a little hard to navigate through but nothing to worry about. Service is very fast and coffee tasty. Once I tried my food I was very pleased. I had the Apple smoked chicken sausage scramble and it was really good. One thing I'd like to point is the table, it was a bit dirty. But good over all. Will definitely return since we don't have places like this in Maricopa.

    (4)
  • Abe S.

    The breakfast burrito never disappoints and the kids love the pancakes. Nice selection of coffee and bagels keeps everyone in the family satisfied. A little pricey but the food quality is good. For Ahwatukee it's probably 5 stars but sine there are better places around Phoenix its a 4. They should expand into a bigger space as this places gets crowded in a hurry.

    (4)
  • Rachael A.

    By far one of the best bagels I have ever had! I ordered the egg bagel with lox spread my first time here and had to bring my hubby and boys back the next day it was SOO GOOOD! Hubby ordered the Lox and Works and said it was good, but that they actually gave too much lox, which is unusual for him. (He figures they are losing money on it and could save if they slimmed down the amount they gave.) I used some of his lox on my garlic bagel but was slightly disappointed that the garlic bagel had too much garlic on it, which, when toasted got burned. I love garlic and would've thought garlic would have been in the bagel also not only only on the top. I do think it's a little on the pricey side, but it's local so will support it. All in all, I know I'll go again since it's close to my work and may have to give the glacier a try since others have raved about it.

    (4)
  • Maria B.

    It's ok

    (3)
  • Ryan M.

    Love this place! Sunday was our first time there and we had breakfast. I ate the French Toast, my wife had the pancakes,Hash Browns and Eggs. The butter was very good with some flavoring to it. I'm not sure what it was but we loved it. Pancakes and French Toast were soft and the hash browns were freshly made to perfection. Plus they had Kona Coffee! My toddler even loved the hash browns and pancakes. I think we found our new Sunday Breakfast spot.

    (5)
  • AC V.

    Great bagels, always baked fresh. Lots of other brealfast and lunch items on the menu. Staff is always friendly. I come here regularly and have never been disappointed.

    (5)
  • Scott R.

    Tasty place! Definitely the best bagel place around! I wish they would open a location near ray/101 because I have to drive 15min to this place - which is a lot for a bagel place in my opinion - but it's worth it! Their cream cheeses are really good! The only thing I wish they changed was I wish they cooked their eggs for a bagel sandwich on the griddle rather than the microwave. But the rest is good enough to overlook that fact.

    (4)
  • Greg W.

    I really love this place. One of the places I miss most since moving to AZ is St. Louis bread co aka Panera. It has taken me years to find a place with great bagels, and the nosh is it. My personal favorite is the jalapeño cheddar bagel, and I also recommend washing it down with the glacier which is their blended frozen mocha. This makes my list of best local breakfast spots and it is probably the best priced of them all.

    (4)
  • Sophie M.

    Best bagel that I have had so far in Phoenix. I had a simple egg and cheese on An everything bagel and it met my expectations. I went on a Sunday morning and it was chaotic and narrow and hard to get around. That is my only criticism.

    (4)
  • Mindy O.

    I love Bagel Nosh! I go there for Breakfast and Lunch! Fantastic Menu with lots of variety! I highly recommend the Dill Garlic Feta Cream Cheese! It is wonderful and full of flavor. You wont turn back! I love this cream cheese on the whole wheat bagel and I also love it on the turkey bagel sandwich!

    (4)
  • Mark L.

    I started going here probably a year ago, and it has turned into a 3 to 4 time a week ordeal. Not only do they have delicious bagels and cream cheese (try the chive!), they have a number of other breakfast and lunch items. I have loved everything I have tried so far. As for the service.... It's excellent. Most of the employees know me by name and are always smiling and happy. It'd be one thing to simply get good food, but it's the best experience I really enjoy. Even when the boss isn't around, they find the perfect mix of friendly and efficient. Do expect to wait a while on the weekends and busy morning hours, but it's for a good reason. I highly recommend this place to anyone wanting to enjoy a nice meal in a nice environment.

    (5)
  • Brittany J.

    My family frequently visits this place for their jalapeno cheddar bagels and jalapeno cream cheese. The bagels are very tasty and the cream cheese is even tastier. The prices are very affordable and the service has always been exceptional. During my most recent visit, I had a single cheddar bagel with jalapeno spread and my fiance had the breakfast bagel. My only complaint about mine was that the bagel wasn't very toasted, but they were very generous with the spread. My fiance's bagel had a very thick layer of bacon on it (which he really liked), and his seemed like a very good deal considering all of the meat he was given! The glaciers and the chai lattes are reasonably priced in comparison to the high price these are at the more popular coffee chains. Overall, this is definitely a great stop to grab some breakfast or brunch in Ahwatukee.

    (4)
  • Kevin G.

    For a bagel shop in the desert, it doesn't get much better. Great selection of fresh bagels (I love the Salt w/ lox). The service is quick and friendly, and the decor has local flavor you wont find at any big chain. The owners really turned this place around about 4 years ago. Now it is a thriving local hangout for the active adult in Ahwatukee. In fact, they attract so many road bikers, a bike shop opened next door last year.

    (4)
  • JamesandVictoria G.

    The Nosh is as good as it gets. Although it closes at 2pm daily and the bad customer service, the bagel sandwiches are extremely good! Nosh, is also one of the few joints that still carries spouts. Which i love!

    (4)
  • Jeff R.

    I had never been here before the remodel so I'm not sure how much has changed, but I really dig the place currently. It has a very nice contemporary feel and a very complete breakfast menu for being such a small place. The few times I have been here they have been pretty packed and it can get a bit iffy as you wait for your to go order. You seem to be in the way no matter where you go. Aside from that the bagels are delicious, the breakfast burritos are really great and they have excellent OJ. What more can you want from a breakfast place? I tried the pancakes which were really good. As is normal for the area they are way bigger than any standard human needs. They come in three, two, or one. I went for two, next time it will just be a single. If you decide to get the three stack bring some hungry friends. Try: - Pancakes - Breakfast Burrito - Bagels

    (4)
  • Ronnie V.

    Great bagel place!!! The breakfast sandwiches are on point!! The staff is always friendly and efficient. Give it a try you won't be disappointed. It's the best bagel spot in the Tuke.

    (5)
  • Jen L.

    Everything about this place is great. The coffee is spectacular. The food is healthy and fresh. Customer service is great. Friendly staff that will always go the extra mile to satisfy guests. (The place gets pretty busy, so don't go in expecting speedy service during breakfast/lunch rush).

    (5)
  • Laura K.

    Love this place, something new and delicious every time we come. Today was the southwestern on tomato basil, mm-mm-mmmm.

    (4)
  • Kata S.

    This is your go to breakfast/brunch in the Ahwatukee/Tempe area. They make their own bagels, quite the selection and cheap! This has got to be the best bang for your buck and good quality ingredients to match. Everything is great here and wide selection of not only breakfast but lunch. If this is your first visit I would recommend the Apple Smoked Sausage Scramble (they WILL do egg whites on anything for you). The Breakfast Burrito or for heartier meals... check out their pancakes and biscuits and gravy. My favorite bagel: Cinnamon Sugar or the Raisin with a bunch of Peanut butter spread on top. Enjoy!

    (5)
  • Amy M.

    This place is ok. I've only ever tried breakfast bagel sandwiches. The bagels are good. Eggs have no flavor, not even salt and pepper. Customer service could be way better. Outdoor seating is a bonus.

    (2)
  • Mike D.

    This is a good breakfast place. The bagels are good, the lox is tasty, and the sandwiches are plentiful. Service is reasonably paced and there are tables both indoors and out to enjoy your meal.

    (4)
  • Lauren V.

    i'm starving, so i'm going to write a review for the place i'd like to go to lunch to today. they have the most delicious bagel sandwiches anywhere! i think it has something to do with my new obsession with mustard - here you have three choices, which they apply liberally . There never seems to be anyone in line (except in the morning hours) so i can order and sit down or be back at the office in no time. they have booths, tables and outside patio tables. $7 for sandwich, chips and a drink, and it kicks subway or sub factory's ass. damn i'm hungry.

    (5)
  • Monica J.

    Came in Sunday am and this place was hopping. They seem to have a lot of regulars. The hubby and I both had bagel sandwhiches and they were very tasty. Much better than those at Einstein's... I am pretty sure that place uses powdered eggs. However, I think I do like the bagels better at Einstein's and they have more flavored cream cheese. I will probably come to Bagel Nosh again b/c I prefer to support the locally owned businesses over chains but I am not really sure if this place deserves the 4 1/2 stars it currently has. Maybe part of that is due to my bad experience there. I ordered a latte with my bagel sandwhich and it took a long time to come out, even after the food. Then when I finally got it instead of coffee they had given me hot chocolate. A simple mistake but it can be really jarring when your mouth is expecting one thing and you get another. Plus I really don't like sugar in the morning and this was extremely sugary sweet. They did replace it with the latte I ordered but it made me a little grumpy to have to wait so long for my coffee on a Sunday morning so it kind of ruined my day. I will definitely give them another try and may raise the stars higher in the future. But I think there are better bagel places in the area. I LOVE Back East Bagels on Southern and I deeply miss Bruegger's that used to be on Rural and Chandler Blvd - they were the best!

    (3)
  • Chris H.

    Their bagels are great, but the place is packed on weekend mornings. Service is still quick even when it is busy though.

    (5)
  • Cindy G.

    Rob & Darcy have done an amazing job on the remodel and transforming the cafe into more than just bagels and cream cheese. They have really good coffee as well! The staff, for the most part, is friendly and helpful. Free wi-fi is a plus! :)

    (5)
  • David K.

    I eat here all the time, some weeks every morning. The food and service is good, but the customers are horrible. This is a small place and it's one of those places where you have to fight for a table and people will walk in the door, grab a table as fast as they can, and then send someone up to make the order. They have no regard for folks who are literally standing there with food in their hands who've been waiting for a table for 10 plus minutes. This morning for example, there were four tables nabbed by rude customers that just walked in the door as I clearly stood there with my food. Three other tables had people camped out on them who had finished eating before I even walked in. I really don't get any of these people.

    (3)
  • Tommy B.

    Just a quick review. I've been there countless times. On my way out to go for a bike ride. On my way home from a bike ride. Or in the middle of a ride for a quick respite. Its always a tasty treat and relaxing experience worth looking forward to. And no matter when I go, I can always count on great bagels, delicious cream cheeses and great service. I don't think I've ever had negative experience; this is partially due to the owners, Rob and Darcy (sp?), that seem to really try to make the place as friendly and good as they can make it. One hint about it, try their new Nosh Bars. They are a little piece of delectable heaven.

    (5)
  • Stacy C.

    I love The Nosh! Has been a staple here in Ahwatukee for a while now. I believe it has changed owners a few times since it first opened, but the current owners are doing a great job! Very friendly, welcoming staff. I went there today, just after the morning rush and they seemed very genuine in saying hello and wishing me a great day. I love the coffee and I love that coffee at these family owned places is usually better than the chain places and also less expensive. Score! They have a great selection of bagels and cream cheese, breakfast and lunch sandwiches. My favorite sandwich is the Nosh Veggie! Stacked with fresh veggies that really make the bagel sandwich quite refreshing. Depending on my mood I may get it on a Jalapeno Cheese bagel, or Wheat, or Sesame, or, well, you get the point. The best part is getting the Garlic Feta Dill cream cheese with all those veggies! My mouth is watering right now!! Tons of bicycle folks hanging out on a Saturday morning and a common place for police officers on the weekdays. Great little spot in the tuke for a casual, quick breakfast or lunch.

    (5)
  • Jasmine C.

    I am surprised by the good reviews. I went as a last minute lunch and got a veggie bagel sandwich with fruit and a pickle spear. It was about $5.50 with tax and I left still hungry. The bagel was just okay. The fruit was very fresh and that was a plus. I have had much better bagel sandwiches. I miss Brueggers in Chandler.

    (2)
  • Jennifer D.

    Solid breakfast place in Ahwatukee! I had the lox, and it was really good lox - as fresh as salmon in the desert gets. The sweet habanero cream cheese was delicious, too, and I haven't seen that anywhere else. There are about 10 things I want to try on my next visit!

    (4)
  • T B.

    I have been here twice and the food and service is excellent and friendly. The lox and bagel are amazing and A LOT of food. I have also had the pancakes which are great. Definitely recommended.

    (4)
  • Zach H.

    This place is amazing. The biscuits and gravey are my go to almost every time I walk in to that place. Anybody who goes there needs to try this! The breakfast burrito is a close second. Having these two items on the menu makes me think gaining weight and eating both may be worth it. The bagels are a great way to go as well. They have very good cream cheese and the bages are always very fresh.

    (5)
  • Abhishek N.

    Tried the veggie bagel sandwich today. Liked it with the fruits side. Potato salad isn't veggie since it contains egg.

    (4)
  • Elizabeth B.

    Love Bagel Nosh! The staff is so friendly and of course the food is delicious! I have to admit that the pumpkin latte was no Starbucks pumpkin latte, but the pumpkin cream cheese was amazing! ( I do realize it's no longer pumpkin season, I was just wishing I had some anyway) It can get busy on the weekend mornings, esp since the bike shop opened up next door, but I find it well worth the wait! (Oh, and fyi it closes at 2:30 - so get your coffee early!)

    (5)
  • S J.

    Hello to all you foodies out there! Been looking for a good Bagel place in the area, because as we all know, bagels are an essential part of life. We know what the chain bagel places are all about....ok bagels and lousy cream cheese...so I am happy to say Bagel Nosh has some superior cream cheese. Since this review is about finding a good bagel place, I guess we should start with the bagels. There is a nice variety of bagels but alas....no egg bagel. boooooooo To me, the bagels are similar to the kind you buy in a grocery store bakery area...they are not dense(as I grew up with in Chicago or even New York) but almost fluffier, but they are still good. So much for the bagels...let get to the cream cheese! The cream cheese is creamy and thick but not too thick and very flavorful. When enjoying their bagel and cream cheese sandwich it is safe to say it is the cream cheese that you notice. I will continue to search for the type bagel I enjoy and in the meantime I will continue to enjoy Bagel Nosh. I would also like to mention the service is great and the employees are wonderful and very friendly and that alone will bring me back! Keep up the good work. I think you should check this place out and in the meantime.... Bon Appetite'

    (3)
  • Joseph P.

    Some days on the way to work I will make a stop here... I order the same thing The Southwestern bagel sandwich it's always really good I would say split it with someone it's really a lot of food plus it comes with a cup of fresh fruit... It's a good start to a day I would say.

    (4)
  • Gina B.

    Amazing bagels and a great staff. I always get the build your bagel sandwich it's heaven!

    (5)
  • B W.

    Fresh Bagel sandwiches are the best! Coda B was obviously still under the influence when he wrote his review because there is no " $7 Arizona Classic" here. All breakfast sandwiches are less than $5 and come with heaping portions of eggs and meat/cheese of your choice. Lunch is also served anytime with mounds of turkey, ham, bacon, or my favorite the "Nosh French Dip" roast beef. Fresh brewed tea is fantastic. You are always greeted with a smile. You are treated like family when you walk in. Thanks for all the great bagels!!

    (5)
  • Vinesa M.

    Have dropped by here on the way to work a couple of times now. Staff is super friendly and quick. Bagels are soft and chewy. I am a super fan of the Nosh Veggie on sesame. Hoping to have the time to get to sit and have breakfast their soon and try some of the yummy food I have seen.

    (4)
  • Amy B.

    Probably one of the better bagel shops in town. Its located inside of a shopping plaza, and easy to find as its right next to a Bashas. I believe they make thier bagels on site. Fresh, fresh fresh! I like that. They also have a great variety of cream cheeses and bagel flavors to choose from on their menu. They also have a variety of bagel sandwiches to choose from. Roast beef, tuna, even LOX! YUMMY. They also coffee, and some juices and pop as well. Yippie! What else I like about this place, is that its just not bagels. They also have a variety of pastries to choose from, like muffins, and other stuff too. What else I like about this place is that there is plenty of outdoor seating. Thats a bonus! Prices are fair and reasonable, and service was fine. Worth a try if your in the area.

    (4)
  • Coda B.

    My standards are pretty low while extremely hung over wearing the same clothes I participated in crazy drunken debauchery the night before. But I still left Bagel Nosh feeling like I wished I had gone to IHOP next door. I ordered the $7 Arizona Classic: an egg sandwich with bacon and cheese on the bagel of my choice. The quality was pretty much on par with a McBagel McSandwich but was twice the price. The bacon was more like bacon bits and the egg was thin and tasteless. There was nothing wrong with the service, but the prices were way too high for what I was eating. My friends had ordered a bagel with spread that looked better. So I guess the rule of thumb here would be to order a bagel only. I would definitely leave other breakfast food concoctions to another restaurant.

    (2)
  • Beth D.

    Great place for a simple bagel and cream cheese or yummy lunch sandwich! Great food!

    (5)
  • Sue P.

    There are not many places in the Valley you can find a salt bagel and they have awesome salt bagels, just don't get there too late you won't get one. The staff is always friendly and when my friends and I come back from our bike rides they always get our food to us quickly.

    (5)
  • Chuck R.

    I've heard way good stuff about this place for a while and finally had the pleasure of sitting down and having some lunch there. Thoughts: Staff was friendly and quick, nice place, very clean and some hi-tops and lots of tables and outdoor seating as well. Chicken salad bagel sandwich wasn't too bad at all, except for the nuts in it - I'd probably eat it again however. Had a tomato basil bagel toasted with it... yum! I'm wanting to go back to try different menu items now :)

    (4)
  • Christy L.

    Happened to be near, so I dropped in about a month ago. Oh, my word, had the best bagel I've had in such a long time. I've since had bagels from Chompies (just okay) and NY Bagels&Baily (fairly good). But I keep thinking about the bagel I had from BagelNosh... it left such an impression on me. I am even tempted to drive across town just to have another bagel from here. And, the staff were very nice.

    (4)
  • Bruce K.

    BEST PANCAKES!!! We want the recipe. They're newly remodeled and better than ever. Always great bagels but now they have added more menu items, more choices. Great food, great people!

    (5)
  • Elaine C.

    I'm a regular at Bagel Nosh. They learned my name right away and miss me when I don't come in for awhile. They even know what and how I like my bagel! They have the yummiest Mocha Glacier- i'm totally addicted! It's not bitter at all - it's sweet and a lot better than Sbx! They are always busy in the mornings but they keep the line moving - so it's never a problem. You know if cops eat there...it's good and they are there EVERY morning!! The girls are so nice... Now I'm craving a bagel and Mocha Glacier - thanks! Elaine

    (5)
  • Edie M.

    there is one problem with bagel nosh: it's not close enough to tempe! went there on a sunday a little before closing-the bagel selection was sparse but they offered to get us any kind of bagel we wanted. the garlic,feta, and dill cream cheese was amazing and the breakfast sandwich looked hella yummy! went to get a refill on our way out and the owner offered a free large glass of iced tea since they were about to close. the service was great andi might have to make the trip out there very soon!

    (4)
  • Chad M.

    this is a great family-run bagel shop. They remember your name after only a few times in and the bagels are always fresh. good coffee and the lox is good. I have nothing but good things to say here.

    (5)
  • Maggie H.

    delicious bagels and cream cheese. this place always hits the spot. it does get crowded during certain hours, mostly on weekends. They have the best bagles and cream cheese. Around Halloween/Thanksgiving they have pumpkin bagels and pumpkin cream cheese and they are yummy! I also enjoy their veggie sandwich and roast beef sandwich.

    (4)
  • Christine J.

    I've never been a huge fan of bagel sandwiches. I've always preferred just getting a toasted bagel and cream cheese when I frequent a bagel shop. However, the Nosh Bagelry not only has really, really good bagels and cream cheese (with lots of flavors to choose from for both), they also have affordably-priced and delicious bagel sandwiches. My husband and I tried the Nosh Veggie sandwich and the Nosh French Dip. The Veggie was standard but delicious, with veggie cream cheese and a bagel of my choice (I chose onion, naturally), and for only $4.99, I also got potato salad and a pickle. I know the French Dip ($5.99) sounds strange on a bagel, but it was surprisingly really good. The roast beef was decent, and the garlic bagel he chose added a little something special. One delicious touch was that the bagel was buttered; this, along with the au jus, made it rich and flavorful. I will definitely return here for either breakfast or lunch if I'm in the area.

    (4)
  • Frank V.

    Great little local breakfast/lunch place. We ordered steak and cheese sandwich, club sandwich, jalapeño bagel with cream cheese, and chicken Caesar wrap, peanut butter protein shake. All of it was pretty good. Decent size portions for the price. We ends up having leftovers. Place could use a POS terminal for cashier in order to make the ordering process a little smoother. We will be back! Nice job!

    (5)
  • Ariel D.

    Bagels were just ok. The flavor is pretty good but the texture is way off from what a great bagel should be. They too thin and there is no crisp outer layer. Instead outer layer is tough and difficult to eat makes me think of what eating dry skin would be like. The real disappointing part of Nosh is that they microwave all their food. They have three microwaves displayed prominently like its a good thing. Flavorless eggs (probably powdered) microwaved doesn't improve the poor texture of the bagels.

    (2)
  • Carlisha L.

    This place is amazing! I wish one was closer to me. I would stop here everyday before work. I visited The Nosh on a Saturday. And fell in love with all the bagel selection. The service was fast and the crowd of people drew me in. I ended up with a breakfast bagel that had eggs/bacon and cheese. It was amazing! I thought they would only put like 2slices of bacon. They loaded my bagel with bacon and I was in Heaven. The prices are very reasonable and the staff is very nice. One staff even came from behind the counter to help me hunt down some grape jelly that had ran out. I recommend this place to everyone! I hope they expand the business! I will actually be making a trip to The Nosh this weekend! A+++++

    (5)
  • Julie L.

    I go here at least twice a week. . Never had anything that wasn't good, and the customer service is always great; )

    (5)
  • Julie V.

    Hipster ass bagel spot. Good little cafe for breakfast, can be crowded but it's pretty fast. I ordered the french toast and veggie omelette. Got the chai tea. Omelette was alright, nothing special but it hit the spot. The french toaat was soft and amazing. Still love hillside a lot more but definitely will come back for the toast!

    (4)
  • Tina M.

    Great salads for a bagel shop! Fresh and full of a variety of vegetables. Their tuna salad is much better than average. Try the Tombstone Wrap if your in the mood. It looks delicious! Big enough for 2 meals. Friendly and fast service. BYW I love the new tables! Thanks Nosh.....we'll be back.

    (5)
  • Mike B.

    Amazing breakfast! Get anything you want - everything is great. Juat make sure you get a side of pancakes. They're perfection.

    (5)
  • Ivy L.

    Ranchero was savory and delicious...don't forget to add some tobacco sauce and ketchup extra tasty when added on the opposite side of the garlic bagel

    (5)
  • Robert T.

    The food here is incredibly awesome! I ordered the South Mountain Burrito. I can't begin to tell you how delicious it was. My taste buds were in heaven! I will also say that my biggest pet peeve is having your food arrive cold. NOT the case here. My burrito arrived literally hot off the grill just the way I like it. You gotta come here. I assure you that you will not regret it!! Bring the whole family!! Enjoy!!

    (5)
  • Monica O.

    I can completely thank Yelp App for this great find, I was way too early to head into work and wanted some breakfast and not from a fast food chain, so I looked what was in the area and found the Nosh Cafe so off I went. When I got there it had a little line, but don't worry, it moves sort of fast, while waiting in line I checked out the menu board and saw they had a lot going on, that I want to try it all, but I had to limit my choice to just one this time around. Now they have breakfasts off the grill and breakfast sandwiches, so I knew the sandwiched sounded good, so I checked out the selection and went with the Ranchero on a jalapeno bagel and a large caramel latte. The Ranchero was egg, sausage, red onion & house made southwest cream cheese; it was a great breakfast bagel sandwich. Happy to had found Nosh Cafe, and saw they do lunch and its less than 2 miles from my work, so I can pretty much say I will be back again soon.

    (4)
  • T R.

    Best bagels & breakfast in Ahwatukee, by far. A loyal customer, other area restaurants do not have the family service. Family friendly owned.

    (5)
  • Nicole G.

    Just tried this place yesterday & I am in love. I ordered a cheese bagel with sweet habanero spread. It was the yummiest thing ever!! I sadly didn't get to try it until I got to work and by then it was cold but still delicious. It was so good I went back this morning and ordered it again! This time I ate it on my way to work. So yummy when it's warm and toasty! I will probably be back tomorrow and will try to make myself try something new. There are a lot of options! While I am in love with the bagel, the coffee was just meh. One review on here mentions that the mocha is better than Starbucks. I would have to disagree. Tried the latte today and was also not impressed. I like my coffee to be more on the sweet side though. Also the older woman who is mentioned in another review is just as you described: short with words and grumpy. It's kind of a turn off but when the bagel is that good I will put up with it! I don't like the debit card machine and the place to tip. I feel obligated to tip every time because they just look at you waiting for your response. I don't mind tipping but if I'm just getting a to go order is it really necessary?

    (5)
  • Chuck R.

    This place is a breath of fresh air compared to the filthy, shoddily-run corporate competition that dirties the name of a famous, long-deceased physicist. The Nosh's bagels are big, light, and fresh. The employees are all cheerful, friendly, and sincerely customer-oriented. And the place is kept spot-on clean and organized. Was surprised to see a large menu of breakfast entrees as well as lunch selections too. Will have to return often to check it all out.

    (5)
  • Guy D.

    I recently visited The Nosh Cafe for breakfast and was impressed with the friendly staff and lack of wait times (even when they were busy). I chose the South Mountain Burro which hit the spot perfectly. Tasty and filling but not so much that I felt like a lead balloon afterwards! The most important thing for me was the coffee. Delicious house coffee - apparently roasted locally so that's a winner :).

    (5)
  • Aparna R.

    Small hole in the wall ... Amazing brunch place in the neighborhood.. I have tried almost all their pancakes... Fresh and yummy food... Be ready to wait in line over the weekends as it can get packed,.. But totally worth it... I recommend all their bagels and omelettes as well ...good service and great place for a family breakfast ...inside and outside seating available with ample parking :)

    (4)
  • Beatrice C.

    I am from New York, I have high expectations when it comes to bagels- especially breakfast bagel sandwiches. By FAR- I have one of the best bacon, egg and cheese on an everything bagel at this cafe. It's clean, quaint and overall adorable. I also had their creme brulee flavored coffee and fresh orange juice to round out my breakfast and I was not disappointed. The next day I went back to get the "Go Bananas" bagel sandwich which was bananas, PB and agave nectar- also, incredible. Even though I was in town just a few days for work, whenever I am in Phoenix, I will make sure to stop by this gem an maybe try the pancakes or french toast :).

    (5)
  • Joleen R.

    Been here many times and never disappointed. French toadt is awesome! They also make great omelettes and bagel sandwiches. Not a huge staff so you will wait a little while but its worth it. I will keep coming back!

    (5)
  • Patricia M.

    This is one of our go-to places for weekend breakfast. We always get the same thing even though the menu has changed a lot over the years. There are now a lot of options for hot breakfast but we come here for the delicious bagels. We always share a bagel breakfast sandwich and a banana nut bagel. The bagels are crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle just the way I love them.

    (5)
  • Tasha W.

    The staff is really friendly and the service was really fast! That's why I gave 3 stars. But the food was so bland and disappointing. I wanted to check this place out because it had so many good reviews but I don't know why now. I got the South Mountain Burro. Maybe their bagels are amazing. But their food? It's not something I'd come back for.

    (3)
  • Randy W.

    Searched Yelp for best nearby breakfast burrito and ended up at The Nosh. Great burrito and the menu had several other great looking items. Great find when I am in town.

    (5)
  • Shelly P.

    Not familiar with the area and found on yelp. So glad! A great breakfast, fresh, good quality, large portions! A friendly staff helpful in my egg whites no meat choice. Lots of variety of bagels baked fresh daily! A delish way to start our day!

    (5)
  • Holly R.

    My first visit to Nosh was great! No waiting an hour for a table and the food was really good. A win-win on a Sunday morning. I ordered a bagel sandwich and a side of hashbrowns. The bagel was 1. Huge 2. Soft and chewy 3. Completely satisfying. The eggs were fluffy and the sausage was flavorful too making for an excellent bagel sandwich. The hashbrowns were also yummy. They were buttery without being greasy, salty and had just the right amount of crispiness. I tried a bite of my friend's pancake and that was good too - very fluffy. The service was friendly and fast, too. The only downside was that it was a little loud inside. They did have a few tables outside but they were full. Next time if it's not too hot I would probably go outside for a little quiet. But either way, I'll be back!

    (4)
  • Nadia L.

    I've been living in Ahwatukee for several years but never went into The Nosh because I thought that it was one of The Bagel Nosh chains which I'm not a fan of. I walked in and was pleasantly surprised with the Decor and cleanliness of the place and I was immediately greeted by a young gal. I stood there staring at the menu for a bit and the young gal that greeted me was very nice and was happy to tell me about the best menu items. She was very helpful and so friendly and didn't make me feel rushed at all. I ended going with the Lox Bagel, and Orange Juice and also decided to give the french toast a try. It was absolutely amazing. The best bagel I've had in quite some time and the orange juice was so fresh and sweet. All in all The Nosh was great. The environment & the food were wonderful but what really won me over was the great customer service I received from the young Lady. I believe her name was Chris or Christi, she took pride both in serving myself and the rest of the customers and that is important especially in a locally owned business. I will definitely be back.

    (5)
  • Alex G.

    If you're looking for real NY style bagels, this is the place to go. I haven't had a bagel I don't like, but I definitely recommend the pumpernickel, which is just amazing. The prices are great, the staff is always SO friendly, and there is a lot of variety. The lines can be long in the AM, but they move quickly and the staff are efficient. The only thing that's subpar is the coffee--it's just hot coffee, so if you like iced in the AZ heat, that's a downfall.

    (5)
  • Alfredo A.

    Great bagels, friendly people, quick service, nice modern decor and spectacular drawing on the menu (in the wall). They sweat the little details like the sauce and condiments section all nearly stacked. The girls that work there are all young so they might not be the most refined taking the dishes and trays out of your way but they do smile all the time!

    (4)
  • Li T.

    I like the food here...it is gross to watch the girl making the breakfast sandwich without TWO gloves and using the exposed hand (just hoping it's clean. Cross contamination must not be a big deal).the owner seems to have favorite customers. He has a bunch of younger girls working which is fine but as I stood in line I witness what looks like cattiness and 'tude...not towards the customer however. My only recommendation: call in your order, add an extra 5 minutes to their pick up time and you Will be good. Breakfast burrito and pancakes are always a good choice here ADDITION: we waited for our order to be called (they call by name) they call our name and totally ignore us giving our order to the guys sitting right next to us. When we go and ask if he had just said "Kevin" the owner , without even looking up, completely dismisses us "no I didn't say Kevin" but then walks over to the guy and says "are you Kevin?" He says no and LUCKILY (or else shit would've hit the fan) the dudes order was exactly our order so their screw up was easily fix. Sooo clearly customer service isn't their strong suite

    (4)
  • Brandon F.

    This place has the best food in town. Huge sandwiches with the tastiest bacon. Super friendly and chill place to hang out. I can't wait to try the whole menu.

    (5)
  • Violeta H.

    Nosh is a nice breakfast spot. These got dam fresh bagels tho. I'm loving the sweet options including egg whites and turkey or chicken sausage, variety of cream cheeses including low fat but I usually just go with the egg white sandwich. Great food.

    (4)
  • Tanya R.

    The texture of the bagels is that of a kaiser roll, but their lox cream cheese spread is amazing. The latté is okay, but then again I'm a bit of an espresso snob. I would come back just to buy their cream cheese.

    (3)
  • Dean W.

    I was in the mood for pancakes so I decided to stop in. This is a bagel shop but the great thing is you can get a full breakfast. I ordered the pancakes and potatoes (see pictures). The pancakes were really good. They taste like a higher quality McDonald's pancakes. The potatoes were fresh and hot and the did not skimp on the portions. You can purchase a single pancake if you'd like, so keep in mind they are huge. Make sure you ask for an extra syrup as well. All and all this is a nice place for breakfast and I'll certainly go back.

    (4)
  • Lindsay C.

    Pretty sweet place for breakfast or brunch, operates in fairly efficient manner, with lots of bagel types, spread types and sandwiches to choose from. They also double as a coffee shop, have patio seating that's great during this lovely fall AZ weather, and their staff is friendly, patient and knowledgeable about their items. I ordered a toasted everything bagel with jalepeno cream cheese and a chai latte (sm) for a little over $5. I decided to try lox and they added that on for $2 (a 2oz ramekin). My friend and I sat outside on the patio, which was full, and we ended up stuffed in a corner. Our bagels came out quickly, within 3-4 minutes, but our drinks took much longer. Both of us were already halfway through our breakfast before our chai lattes were brought to our table. Quality of food matched the price, bagels were good (if not just a little cold), jalepeno cream cheese was SPICY and the lox was... mehhh I don't know if I'd get it again. My friend had a bagel sandwich and he seemed to enjoy that too. I'd see myself stopping in here pre-IKEA day-long shopping adventure, but I'd like to see the drinks come out at the same time or even before the food.

    (3)
  • Bill J.

    The food here is very tasty and service is quick.

    (5)
  • Rebekah H.

    This was our first visit to The Nosh, and we really enjoyed it. I had a breakfast sandwich that consisted of scrambled eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese on a garlic bagel. They put a lot of bacon on the sandwich. It wasn't as crispy as I prefer, but I still enjoyed it. I also had an iced coffee, which was pretty good. The people in front of us in line seemed to have several questions, which made our wait a bit long but it also gave us a chance to really study the menu and choose which bagels we wanted so we knew exactly what we would be ordering once it was our turn. The food took a bit longer than I would have liked, but it was a busy Saturday mid-morning, so it wasn't a big deal.

    (4)
  • Paula M.

    Very disappointing! There are much better places to go for bagels and breakfast stuff.The service is lacking both in efficiency and friendliness. Actually the girl behind the counter was rude and discourteous. The food was just ok nothing special The best thing about eating there is I don't ever have to eat there again Can't imagine they'll be in business for long Yuk :(

    (1)
  • Paige S.

    Great breakfast place! After years of driving by im so glad I stopped in - had a great selection and was packed. All the workers were friendly and efficient and the bagels were fantastic! Will definitely be going again soon :)

    (5)
  • Andrew K.

    First let me say that I am a bagel snob. Being Jewish and having spent most of my life in NY NY, I literally grew up and lived on the Real Thing - bagels and authentic Jewish Deli food. Given this life long exposure I feel I can confidently say there really is NOTHING special about this place. Bagels yes. Better than nothing YES! Anything remotely close to what I know is possible... No!

    (3)
  • Marion W.

    Rob and his wife are the owners they are great people and the food is great too. It is a local business. Not a chain. Highly recommend

    (4)
  • Lloyd H.

    The Nosh is the spot .. Great people , Great service and great food . I've been coming here for over 3 yrs and every time the experience is AWESOME . Everything is wonderful . Bagels , Salads , Soups etc . If you get a chance please try the Southwest Corn Chowder . Awesome !!!!!

    (5)
  • Erica S.

    Love this place! Definitely our go to breakfast stop, love the bagels and the South Mountain Burro is the best!

    (5)
  • Jill P.

    Yummy bagel sandwiches for lunch. I had the BLT and was pleasantly surprised to have plenty of perfectly done bacon on my sandwich. Flavor was great. My husband got southwestern bagel sandwich and it had a great flavored spread and also tons of meat. It took about 8-10 min to have our sandwiches prepared so I wouldn't recommend if you're in a hurry. I'm not sure if it always takes this long.

    (4)
  • Janice L.

    Everyone is very friendly. The food is awesome. The bagels are better than most from NYC. The bacon egg and cheese on a bagel is very good.

    (5)
  • David B.

    Second time here and it was as good as the first. I highly recommend the "Lox & Works" it is quite excellent. The bagels have just enough tooth to them! They are definitely not skimpy with the toppings. I love tomatoes and without asking for extra there were 3 large slices on each half! Well done!

    (5)
  • Cassidy G.

    I just happened upon this place on our way to ikea and we're pleasantly surprised! We came for lunch right before it closed so there weren't many people the workers were extremely friendly and they seem to get along well. Since they were about to close they did not have the bagel I originally wanted but I tried the blueberry with plain cream cheese, most bagels taste the same but I think that the flavor was much better than most. We also had the tombstone wrap with a spinach wrap, it was a little spicy but not overpowering. There was a lot of bacon, which isn't my favorite, but if you like bacon then this sandwich is for you! I will definitely be eating here again.

    (5)
  • Bryan C.

    The Nosh is ok. Bagels are mediocre, nothing special. The older lady who works behind the counter should stay at home. She's short worded, unwelcoming, and flat out rude to customers. If you want a real bagel with friendly service there is a much better place up the street on Elliot. However, if you want an Einstein's copy with Darth Vader behind the counter, come to The Nosh.

    (2)
  • Maureen M.

    Tough critic from the East Coast but this was a great spot for a delicious bagel or bagel sandwich. Sad im leaving tomorrow or I would go back again. Sesame bagel with honey but cream cheese= heaven.

    (5)
  • Lia S.

    I love the Nosh. This place has an awesome selection of bagels and cream cheese flavors. They also have a hot grill for those who prefer omelets, breakfast burritos and egg dishes. My go-to combo is their garlic feta dill cream cheese on their everything bagel. Gotta try their Kona Macadamia coffee too. Delicious!

    (5)
  • Maureen V.

    Sunday mornings are always fun with the hustle and bustle of people hungry for their bagel breakfast. The food is always fast and good! Come!

    (5)
  • I D.

    So far just had the bagels but they were great. I like the atmosphere inside the shop, too, and the outside seating.

    (5)
  • Josh M.

    My favorite place in Ahwatukee! They have the best bagels and homemade cream cheese & freshly squeezed OJ to boot. The other breakfast items are all top notch as well. Friends always tell me the coffee is choice too! Lunch is good but the breakfast is where its at.

    (5)
  • Paige J.

    Super friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and great food. A little pricy, but you definitely get what you pay for.

    (5)
  • Holly C.

    If you're looking for a great breakfast sandwich, this is the place to go to! My husband and I have have tried several ones and none have disappointed. Each bagel sandwich is about $7-$8 but they're a decent size.

    (4)
  • Nichol H.

    The long lines are completely worth it. My favorite place to go after an early morning weekend run. Or a later morning hangover. Or any morning at all really.

    (4)
  • Jon F.

    Best bagel place in Ahwatukee!! Blows Einstein's away with a huge cannon, bazooka! Support locally owned business, especially when they're miles ahead of the national chains. An example is their bagel and lox. You get a generous bagel with lots of salmon, which is obviously the only reason you'd ever order the lox. To contrast, at Einstein you get a tiny amount of salmon that, honestly, they should be completely embarrassed about serving. The bagels here are incredible too and they offer a nice selection of breakfast and lunch. Oh, and they have great coffee!!!

    (5)
  • Megan J.

    Delicious bagels, awesome staff, friendly owner. I loved the special cranberry/citrus cream cheese they had around the holidays last year, I hope it comes back around this year!

    (5)
  • Jon G.

    I have been coming to [Bagel] Nosh since they first opened here over a decade ago. Came in for a late (11:30) breakfast the other day and the grill had just closed but they still made me the bacon and eggs I came in for. The eggs were cooked perfectly over medium, no runny whites. Love that they have supplemented their bagel business with legit breakfast foods. Good prices, good portions, good food. Can't really go wrong here and yes, the bagels are really good too. 4/5

    (4)
  • Amy L.

    Went here for the first time and had breakfast. The hashbrowns and pancakes were awesome. Can't wait to go back for lunch sometime.

    (4)
  • Jo Ann S.

    We just happened to be going to play golf at a nearby golf course. We were early and needed breakfast. What a lucky stop for us! The breakfast menu was pretty big. I had the apple chicken sausage scramble. It was delicious! My friend had a bagel breakfast sandwich. Also yummy. Delicious coffee. Friendly staff. Good prices. It is a order at the counter and they bring your food to your table kind of place. There are several tables inside and a few outside. Their lunch menu looked good, but I can only rate breakfast. It is not too far off of I-10. I will go back the next time I am in town.

    (5)
  • Dave T.

    YUM. I popped in here for a quick breakfast sandwich, and it was incredibly good & affordable. Hoping to return to try some of the other food items, but that toasted cheese bagel with ham, cheese, and egg was delicious.

    (4)
  • Rodrigo D.

    Place is friendly, menu on wall a little hard to navigate through but nothing to worry about. Service is very fast and coffee tasty. Once I tried my food I was very pleased. I had the Apple smoked chicken sausage scramble and it was really good. One thing I'd like to point is the table, it was a bit dirty. But good over all. Will definitely return since we don't have places like this in Maricopa.

    (4)
  • Abe S.

    The breakfast burrito never disappoints and the kids love the pancakes. Nice selection of coffee and bagels keeps everyone in the family satisfied. A little pricey but the food quality is good. For Ahwatukee it's probably 5 stars but sine there are better places around Phoenix its a 4. They should expand into a bigger space as this places gets crowded in a hurry.

    (4)
  • Rachael A.

    By far one of the best bagels I have ever had! I ordered the egg bagel with lox spread my first time here and had to bring my hubby and boys back the next day it was SOO GOOOD! Hubby ordered the Lox and Works and said it was good, but that they actually gave too much lox, which is unusual for him. (He figures they are losing money on it and could save if they slimmed down the amount they gave.) I used some of his lox on my garlic bagel but was slightly disappointed that the garlic bagel had too much garlic on it, which, when toasted got burned. I love garlic and would've thought garlic would have been in the bagel also not only only on the top. I do think it's a little on the pricey side, but it's local so will support it. All in all, I know I'll go again since it's close to my work and may have to give the glacier a try since others have raved about it.

    (4)
  • Maria B.

    It's ok

    (3)
  • Ryan M.

    Love this place! Sunday was our first time there and we had breakfast. I ate the French Toast, my wife had the pancakes,Hash Browns and Eggs. The butter was very good with some flavoring to it. I'm not sure what it was but we loved it. Pancakes and French Toast were soft and the hash browns were freshly made to perfection. Plus they had Kona Coffee! My toddler even loved the hash browns and pancakes. I think we found our new Sunday Breakfast spot.

    (5)
  • AC V.

    Great bagels, always baked fresh. Lots of other brealfast and lunch items on the menu. Staff is always friendly. I come here regularly and have never been disappointed.

    (5)
  • Scott R.

    Tasty place! Definitely the best bagel place around! I wish they would open a location near ray/101 because I have to drive 15min to this place - which is a lot for a bagel place in my opinion - but it's worth it! Their cream cheeses are really good! The only thing I wish they changed was I wish they cooked their eggs for a bagel sandwich on the griddle rather than the microwave. But the rest is good enough to overlook that fact.

    (4)
  • Greg W.

    I really love this place. One of the places I miss most since moving to AZ is St. Louis bread co aka Panera. It has taken me years to find a place with great bagels, and the nosh is it. My personal favorite is the jalapeño cheddar bagel, and I also recommend washing it down with the glacier which is their blended frozen mocha. This makes my list of best local breakfast spots and it is probably the best priced of them all.

    (4)
  • Sophie M.

    Best bagel that I have had so far in Phoenix. I had a simple egg and cheese on An everything bagel and it met my expectations. I went on a Sunday morning and it was chaotic and narrow and hard to get around. That is my only criticism.

    (4)
  • Mindy O.

    I love Bagel Nosh! I go there for Breakfast and Lunch! Fantastic Menu with lots of variety! I highly recommend the Dill Garlic Feta Cream Cheese! It is wonderful and full of flavor. You wont turn back! I love this cream cheese on the whole wheat bagel and I also love it on the turkey bagel sandwich!

    (4)
  • Mark L.

    I started going here probably a year ago, and it has turned into a 3 to 4 time a week ordeal. Not only do they have delicious bagels and cream cheese (try the chive!), they have a number of other breakfast and lunch items. I have loved everything I have tried so far. As for the service.... It's excellent. Most of the employees know me by name and are always smiling and happy. It'd be one thing to simply get good food, but it's the best experience I really enjoy. Even when the boss isn't around, they find the perfect mix of friendly and efficient. Do expect to wait a while on the weekends and busy morning hours, but it's for a good reason. I highly recommend this place to anyone wanting to enjoy a nice meal in a nice environment.

    (5)
  • Brittany J.

    My family frequently visits this place for their jalapeno cheddar bagels and jalapeno cream cheese. The bagels are very tasty and the cream cheese is even tastier. The prices are very affordable and the service has always been exceptional. During my most recent visit, I had a single cheddar bagel with jalapeno spread and my fiance had the breakfast bagel. My only complaint about mine was that the bagel wasn't very toasted, but they were very generous with the spread. My fiance's bagel had a very thick layer of bacon on it (which he really liked), and his seemed like a very good deal considering all of the meat he was given! The glaciers and the chai lattes are reasonably priced in comparison to the high price these are at the more popular coffee chains. Overall, this is definitely a great stop to grab some breakfast or brunch in Ahwatukee.

    (4)
  • Jeff R.

    I had never been here before the remodel so I'm not sure how much has changed, but I really dig the place currently. It has a very nice contemporary feel and a very complete breakfast menu for being such a small place. The few times I have been here they have been pretty packed and it can get a bit iffy as you wait for your to go order. You seem to be in the way no matter where you go. Aside from that the bagels are delicious, the breakfast burritos are really great and they have excellent OJ. What more can you want from a breakfast place? I tried the pancakes which were really good. As is normal for the area they are way bigger than any standard human needs. They come in three, two, or one. I went for two, next time it will just be a single. If you decide to get the three stack bring some hungry friends. Try: - Pancakes - Breakfast Burrito - Bagels

    (4)
  • Ronnie V.

    Great bagel place!!! The breakfast sandwiches are on point!! The staff is always friendly and efficient. Give it a try you won't be disappointed. It's the best bagel spot in the Tuke.

    (5)
  • Jen L.

    Everything about this place is great. The coffee is spectacular. The food is healthy and fresh. Customer service is great. Friendly staff that will always go the extra mile to satisfy guests. (The place gets pretty busy, so don't go in expecting speedy service during breakfast/lunch rush).

    (5)
  • Laura K.

    Love this place, something new and delicious every time we come. Today was the southwestern on tomato basil, mm-mm-mmmm.

    (4)
  • Kata S.

    This is your go to breakfast/brunch in the Ahwatukee/Tempe area. They make their own bagels, quite the selection and cheap! This has got to be the best bang for your buck and good quality ingredients to match. Everything is great here and wide selection of not only breakfast but lunch. If this is your first visit I would recommend the Apple Smoked Sausage Scramble (they WILL do egg whites on anything for you). The Breakfast Burrito or for heartier meals... check out their pancakes and biscuits and gravy. My favorite bagel: Cinnamon Sugar or the Raisin with a bunch of Peanut butter spread on top. Enjoy!

    (5)
  • Elizabeth B.

    Love Bagel Nosh! The staff is so friendly and of course the food is delicious! I have to admit that the pumpkin latte was no Starbucks pumpkin latte, but the pumpkin cream cheese was amazing! ( I do realize it's no longer pumpkin season, I was just wishing I had some anyway) It can get busy on the weekend mornings, esp since the bike shop opened up next door, but I find it well worth the wait! (Oh, and fyi it closes at 2:30 - so get your coffee early!)

    (5)
  • Lauren V.

    i'm starving, so i'm going to write a review for the place i'd like to go to lunch to today. they have the most delicious bagel sandwiches anywhere! i think it has something to do with my new obsession with mustard - here you have three choices, which they apply liberally . There never seems to be anyone in line (except in the morning hours) so i can order and sit down or be back at the office in no time. they have booths, tables and outside patio tables. $7 for sandwich, chips and a drink, and it kicks subway or sub factory's ass. damn i'm hungry.

    (5)
  • Monica J.

    Came in Sunday am and this place was hopping. They seem to have a lot of regulars. The hubby and I both had bagel sandwhiches and they were very tasty. Much better than those at Einstein's... I am pretty sure that place uses powdered eggs. However, I think I do like the bagels better at Einstein's and they have more flavored cream cheese. I will probably come to Bagel Nosh again b/c I prefer to support the locally owned businesses over chains but I am not really sure if this place deserves the 4 1/2 stars it currently has. Maybe part of that is due to my bad experience there. I ordered a latte with my bagel sandwhich and it took a long time to come out, even after the food. Then when I finally got it instead of coffee they had given me hot chocolate. A simple mistake but it can be really jarring when your mouth is expecting one thing and you get another. Plus I really don't like sugar in the morning and this was extremely sugary sweet. They did replace it with the latte I ordered but it made me a little grumpy to have to wait so long for my coffee on a Sunday morning so it kind of ruined my day. I will definitely give them another try and may raise the stars higher in the future. But I think there are better bagel places in the area. I LOVE Back East Bagels on Southern and I deeply miss Bruegger's that used to be on Rural and Chandler Blvd - they were the best!

    (3)
  • Mike D.

    This is a good breakfast place. The bagels are good, the lox is tasty, and the sandwiches are plentiful. Service is reasonably paced and there are tables both indoors and out to enjoy your meal.

    (4)
  • Amy M.

    This place is ok. I've only ever tried breakfast bagel sandwiches. The bagels are good. Eggs have no flavor, not even salt and pepper. Customer service could be way better. Outdoor seating is a bonus.

    (2)
  • Chris H.

    Their bagels are great, but the place is packed on weekend mornings. Service is still quick even when it is busy though.

    (5)
  • Cindy G.

    Rob & Darcy have done an amazing job on the remodel and transforming the cafe into more than just bagels and cream cheese. They have really good coffee as well! The staff, for the most part, is friendly and helpful. Free wi-fi is a plus! :)

    (5)
  • David K.

    I eat here all the time, some weeks every morning. The food and service is good, but the customers are horrible. This is a small place and it's one of those places where you have to fight for a table and people will walk in the door, grab a table as fast as they can, and then send someone up to make the order. They have no regard for folks who are literally standing there with food in their hands who've been waiting for a table for 10 plus minutes. This morning for example, there were four tables nabbed by rude customers that just walked in the door as I clearly stood there with my food. Three other tables had people camped out on them who had finished eating before I even walked in. I really don't get any of these people.

    (3)
  • Stacy C.

    I love The Nosh! Has been a staple here in Ahwatukee for a while now. I believe it has changed owners a few times since it first opened, but the current owners are doing a great job! Very friendly, welcoming staff. I went there today, just after the morning rush and they seemed very genuine in saying hello and wishing me a great day. I love the coffee and I love that coffee at these family owned places is usually better than the chain places and also less expensive. Score! They have a great selection of bagels and cream cheese, breakfast and lunch sandwiches. My favorite sandwich is the Nosh Veggie! Stacked with fresh veggies that really make the bagel sandwich quite refreshing. Depending on my mood I may get it on a Jalapeno Cheese bagel, or Wheat, or Sesame, or, well, you get the point. The best part is getting the Garlic Feta Dill cream cheese with all those veggies! My mouth is watering right now!! Tons of bicycle folks hanging out on a Saturday morning and a common place for police officers on the weekdays. Great little spot in the tuke for a casual, quick breakfast or lunch.

    (5)
  • Jasmine C.

    I am surprised by the good reviews. I went as a last minute lunch and got a veggie bagel sandwich with fruit and a pickle spear. It was about $5.50 with tax and I left still hungry. The bagel was just okay. The fruit was very fresh and that was a plus. I have had much better bagel sandwiches. I miss Brueggers in Chandler.

    (2)
  • Jennifer D.

    Solid breakfast place in Ahwatukee! I had the lox, and it was really good lox - as fresh as salmon in the desert gets. The sweet habanero cream cheese was delicious, too, and I haven't seen that anywhere else. There are about 10 things I want to try on my next visit!

    (4)
  • T B.

    I have been here twice and the food and service is excellent and friendly. The lox and bagel are amazing and A LOT of food. I have also had the pancakes which are great. Definitely recommended.

    (4)
  • Zach H.

    This place is amazing. The biscuits and gravey are my go to almost every time I walk in to that place. Anybody who goes there needs to try this! The breakfast burrito is a close second. Having these two items on the menu makes me think gaining weight and eating both may be worth it. The bagels are a great way to go as well. They have very good cream cheese and the bages are always very fresh.

    (5)
  • Abhishek N.

    Tried the veggie bagel sandwich today. Liked it with the fruits side. Potato salad isn't veggie since it contains egg.

    (4)
  • Kevin G.

    For a bagel shop in the desert, it doesn't get much better. Great selection of fresh bagels (I love the Salt w/ lox). The service is quick and friendly, and the decor has local flavor you wont find at any big chain. The owners really turned this place around about 4 years ago. Now it is a thriving local hangout for the active adult in Ahwatukee. In fact, they attract so many road bikers, a bike shop opened next door last year.

    (4)
  • JamesandVictoria G.

    The Nosh is as good as it gets. Although it closes at 2pm daily and the bad customer service, the bagel sandwiches are extremely good! Nosh, is also one of the few joints that still carries spouts. Which i love!

    (4)
  • S J.

    Hello to all you foodies out there! Been looking for a good Bagel place in the area, because as we all know, bagels are an essential part of life. We know what the chain bagel places are all about....ok bagels and lousy cream cheese...so I am happy to say Bagel Nosh has some superior cream cheese. Since this review is about finding a good bagel place, I guess we should start with the bagels. There is a nice variety of bagels but alas....no egg bagel. boooooooo To me, the bagels are similar to the kind you buy in a grocery store bakery area...they are not dense(as I grew up with in Chicago or even New York) but almost fluffier, but they are still good. So much for the bagels...let get to the cream cheese! The cream cheese is creamy and thick but not too thick and very flavorful. When enjoying their bagel and cream cheese sandwich it is safe to say it is the cream cheese that you notice. I will continue to search for the type bagel I enjoy and in the meantime I will continue to enjoy Bagel Nosh. I would also like to mention the service is great and the employees are wonderful and very friendly and that alone will bring me back! Keep up the good work. I think you should check this place out and in the meantime.... Bon Appetite'

    (3)
  • Joseph P.

    Some days on the way to work I will make a stop here... I order the same thing The Southwestern bagel sandwich it's always really good I would say split it with someone it's really a lot of food plus it comes with a cup of fresh fruit... It's a good start to a day I would say.

    (4)
  • Gina B.

    Amazing bagels and a great staff. I always get the build your bagel sandwich it's heaven!

    (5)
  • B W.

    Fresh Bagel sandwiches are the best! Coda B was obviously still under the influence when he wrote his review because there is no " $7 Arizona Classic" here. All breakfast sandwiches are less than $5 and come with heaping portions of eggs and meat/cheese of your choice. Lunch is also served anytime with mounds of turkey, ham, bacon, or my favorite the "Nosh French Dip" roast beef. Fresh brewed tea is fantastic. You are always greeted with a smile. You are treated like family when you walk in. Thanks for all the great bagels!!

    (5)
  • Vinesa M.

    Have dropped by here on the way to work a couple of times now. Staff is super friendly and quick. Bagels are soft and chewy. I am a super fan of the Nosh Veggie on sesame. Hoping to have the time to get to sit and have breakfast their soon and try some of the yummy food I have seen.

    (4)
  • Amy B.

    Probably one of the better bagel shops in town. Its located inside of a shopping plaza, and easy to find as its right next to a Bashas. I believe they make thier bagels on site. Fresh, fresh fresh! I like that. They also have a great variety of cream cheeses and bagel flavors to choose from on their menu. They also have a variety of bagel sandwiches to choose from. Roast beef, tuna, even LOX! YUMMY. They also coffee, and some juices and pop as well. Yippie! What else I like about this place, is that its just not bagels. They also have a variety of pastries to choose from, like muffins, and other stuff too. What else I like about this place is that there is plenty of outdoor seating. Thats a bonus! Prices are fair and reasonable, and service was fine. Worth a try if your in the area.

    (4)
  • Coda B.

    My standards are pretty low while extremely hung over wearing the same clothes I participated in crazy drunken debauchery the night before. But I still left Bagel Nosh feeling like I wished I had gone to IHOP next door. I ordered the $7 Arizona Classic: an egg sandwich with bacon and cheese on the bagel of my choice. The quality was pretty much on par with a McBagel McSandwich but was twice the price. The bacon was more like bacon bits and the egg was thin and tasteless. There was nothing wrong with the service, but the prices were way too high for what I was eating. My friends had ordered a bagel with spread that looked better. So I guess the rule of thumb here would be to order a bagel only. I would definitely leave other breakfast food concoctions to another restaurant.

    (2)
  • Beth D.

    Great place for a simple bagel and cream cheese or yummy lunch sandwich! Great food!

    (5)
  • Sue P.

    There are not many places in the Valley you can find a salt bagel and they have awesome salt bagels, just don't get there too late you won't get one. The staff is always friendly and when my friends and I come back from our bike rides they always get our food to us quickly.

    (5)
  • Chuck R.

    I've heard way good stuff about this place for a while and finally had the pleasure of sitting down and having some lunch there. Thoughts: Staff was friendly and quick, nice place, very clean and some hi-tops and lots of tables and outdoor seating as well. Chicken salad bagel sandwich wasn't too bad at all, except for the nuts in it - I'd probably eat it again however. Had a tomato basil bagel toasted with it... yum! I'm wanting to go back to try different menu items now :)

    (4)
  • Christy L.

    Happened to be near, so I dropped in about a month ago. Oh, my word, had the best bagel I've had in such a long time. I've since had bagels from Chompies (just okay) and NY Bagels&Baily (fairly good). But I keep thinking about the bagel I had from BagelNosh... it left such an impression on me. I am even tempted to drive across town just to have another bagel from here. And, the staff were very nice.

    (4)
  • Bruce K.

    BEST PANCAKES!!! We want the recipe. They're newly remodeled and better than ever. Always great bagels but now they have added more menu items, more choices. Great food, great people!

    (5)
  • Elaine C.

    I'm a regular at Bagel Nosh. They learned my name right away and miss me when I don't come in for awhile. They even know what and how I like my bagel! They have the yummiest Mocha Glacier- i'm totally addicted! It's not bitter at all - it's sweet and a lot better than Sbx! They are always busy in the mornings but they keep the line moving - so it's never a problem. You know if cops eat there...it's good and they are there EVERY morning!! The girls are so nice... Now I'm craving a bagel and Mocha Glacier - thanks! Elaine

    (5)
  • Tommy B.

    Just a quick review. I've been there countless times. On my way out to go for a bike ride. On my way home from a bike ride. Or in the middle of a ride for a quick respite. Its always a tasty treat and relaxing experience worth looking forward to. And no matter when I go, I can always count on great bagels, delicious cream cheeses and great service. I don't think I've ever had negative experience; this is partially due to the owners, Rob and Darcy (sp?), that seem to really try to make the place as friendly and good as they can make it. One hint about it, try their new Nosh Bars. They are a little piece of delectable heaven.

    (5)
  • Edie M.

    there is one problem with bagel nosh: it's not close enough to tempe! went there on a sunday a little before closing-the bagel selection was sparse but they offered to get us any kind of bagel we wanted. the garlic,feta, and dill cream cheese was amazing and the breakfast sandwich looked hella yummy! went to get a refill on our way out and the owner offered a free large glass of iced tea since they were about to close. the service was great andi might have to make the trip out there very soon!

    (4)
  • Chad M.

    this is a great family-run bagel shop. They remember your name after only a few times in and the bagels are always fresh. good coffee and the lox is good. I have nothing but good things to say here.

    (5)
  • Maggie H.

    delicious bagels and cream cheese. this place always hits the spot. it does get crowded during certain hours, mostly on weekends. They have the best bagles and cream cheese. Around Halloween/Thanksgiving they have pumpkin bagels and pumpkin cream cheese and they are yummy! I also enjoy their veggie sandwich and roast beef sandwich.

    (4)
  • Christine J.

    I've never been a huge fan of bagel sandwiches. I've always preferred just getting a toasted bagel and cream cheese when I frequent a bagel shop. However, the Nosh Bagelry not only has really, really good bagels and cream cheese (with lots of flavors to choose from for both), they also have affordably-priced and delicious bagel sandwiches. My husband and I tried the Nosh Veggie sandwich and the Nosh French Dip. The Veggie was standard but delicious, with veggie cream cheese and a bagel of my choice (I chose onion, naturally), and for only $4.99, I also got potato salad and a pickle. I know the French Dip ($5.99) sounds strange on a bagel, but it was surprisingly really good. The roast beef was decent, and the garlic bagel he chose added a little something special. One delicious touch was that the bagel was buttered; this, along with the au jus, made it rich and flavorful. I will definitely return here for either breakfast or lunch if I'm in the area.

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :6:00 am - 2:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Breakfast
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : No

The Nosh Cafe

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