Classical Caterers Inc

1001 Finnegan Ln
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 297-6444

Caterers

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Bagel Boys

1898 US Hwy 130
North Brunswick, 08902
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I have been going here for a long time. They have weekly specials that do not change and they are some great deals. The bagels have significantly gotten worse as time has gone on. They are getting smaller I believe as well. I ate 2 bagels this time around (Raisin with Butter $2, Jalapeño with Tuna $4? Special). The raisin bagel hardly had any butter and I had to add it myself. It was a big disappointment as the bagel was very small too. The Jalapeno was too plain for me. They should add more jalapenos. The tuna was very good. They do make a solid tuna. The Boar's Head pickle that comes with the tuna is great too. I believe I am going to only get bagel sandwiches from here because they are among the best I've had (Taylor Ham, Sausage, Chicken Salad, Tuna, etc.). The bagels with just butter or cream cheese have disappointed me the last few times with their size and lack of butter. I hope this changes as well as the size of the bagels. Will I go back? I will be back for the bagel sandwiches.
After reading Gerry's review of Bagel Boys, and finding myself starving on line at Scala's next door to buy Italian cookies for a party, I had to break from my mostly Vegan diet and grab a quick breakfast sandwich. (Shh...) To be exact, I ordered an old favorite -- a whole wheat wrap filled with one egg scrambled with onions & peppers, turkey bacon well-done, a slice of American cheese, salt, pepper, and hot sauce. You'd think this order wouldn't vary much from one bagel store grill to the next, but you'd be surprised how much it does. My usual go-to for any breakfast wrap is Brunswick Bagels in East Brunswick, so this would be the standard for them to meet. Bagel Boys was pretty crowded, but my order was taken almost immediately. In the time it took me to buy a half-dozen bags of ice a few doors down at Krauszer's, my breakfast wrap was ready. I forget what I paid exactly, but I do recall thinking it was noticeably less expensive than other places. As for the wrap itself, it was pretty much perfection. Served piping hot, the eggs were nicely scrambled, but not over done. Diced onions and peppers made their way into every bite without weighing the sandwich down. The turkey bacon added a delicious, smoky flavor throughout and was cooked medium-well, but not burnt. And I reckon there was at least two slices of cheese inside, because it was an ooey-gooey delicious mess. (For the record, I did request "a" slice, but this is the kind of mistake that I can roll with because I love cheese even though I'm not supposed to be eating any dairy.) Unfortunately I can't vouch for the bagels because bagels are no longer in my diet, and that is one thing I am strict about. But when I find myself in these here parts during the breakfast hour, I'll definitely be popping into Bagel Boys to sneak in another not-so-healthy wrap. I'm a fan!
Route 130 in Middlesex County is some of the ugliest stretch of road I have had the displeasure of travelling. The countlessly repetitive strip shopping structures, with their redundant retail offerings, make a cruise north or south a total drear. Yet, even in the middle of such desolation an occasional surprise awaits. So it was for Bagel Boys on the northbound side of this pitiful roadway. I walked in just to get an Onion Bagel with a light smear of Butter and a few slices of Swiss. I had no expectation of anything more than a mundane retort. The room was a decent size with a few rows of tables that were still occupied at 1:30 in the afternoon. The bagel bins created part of the wall separating the dining area from the kitchen work zone. I glanced at the rounders to get a feel for how they were made here. They were big enough, round enough, and fat enough to suggest they might be good. In fact, mine was very good. Firm, yet yielding skin, full of dry onion flakes, and a light, airy center with enough aeration to make the chew pleasant and an excellent base for the additions. The Swiss was cool and mildly nutty, and a perfect foil for the crunchy onions. All this satisfaction for only $3. My regular bagel stop comes in closer to $5. for the same deal. When I realized how good my late lunch was as I sat at my desk and ate it, I had a momentary pang of remorse that I had not remained in house to eat my surprise nosh, and perhaps picked up a few more for home. I will make it a point to return to Bagel Boys and perhaps take a longer look at the road that now seems heavily under reconstruction. Perhaps, better things await.

(732) 422-8700

Delis, Bagels

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Nino’s Pizza & Subs

1825 US Hwy 130
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 297-2235

Pizza

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Arusuvai Chettinad

1626 US-130 N
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 422-7000

Indian

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iSpice

1000 Aaron Rd
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 821-1410

Indian, Buffets, Caterers

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Jamba Juice

652 Shoppes Blvd.
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 227-0490

Juice Bars & Smoothies

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Labebe Mediterranean Cuisine

2150 Rt 130 N
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 658-6400

Mediterranean

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Lory’s Lakeside

97 Church Ln
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 297-4104

American (Traditional)

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Moe’s Southwest Grill

2431 Rt 1 S
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 297-6637

Mexican, Vegetarian, Tex-Mex

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Margarita Pizzeria & Restaurant

1882 US Highway 130
North Brunswick, 08902
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(732) 297-8150

Pizza

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