A selection of cold cuts and cheeses served on freshly baked, hand-rolled Murray's Bagels and artisanal breads, prepared and served with pickles, coleslaw, potato chips, tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
$11.25 per person (10 person minimum)
Your choice of two homemade cream cheeses, fresh tomato slices, freshly baked muffins, a luscious seasonal fruit bowl, fresh-squeezed orange juice, certified organic, freshly roasted coffee from Counter Culture, and of course an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels.
$12.50 per person (10 person minimum)
A selection of cold cuts and cheeses enticingly arranged on a platter with pickles, coleslaw, potato chips, tomatoes and romaine lettuce, and served with an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels and artisanal breads.
$11.25 per person (10 person minimum)
Choose three among our wide selection of Salmon, including: Eastern Nova Scotia (mildly smoky, delicate, silky texture), Scottish Salmon (slowly smoked for a more intense smoke flavor, smooth and tender), Belly Lox (traditional, brine-cured salmon with a more salty, richer flavor), Gravlox (Scandinavian-style, marinated and cured in a brine with dill, salt, sugar and spices), Norwegian Salmon (robust and slightly oilier fish that is dry-cured and smoked with Juniper wood), Wild Pacific King Salmon (cured in Nova style, a highly prized salmon with a wonderfully mild and delicate flavor), Irish Salmon (dry-cured and smoked with oak for more pronounced smoke flavor, tender and moist). The arrangement also includes a choice of three homemade cream cheeses, tomatoes, cucumbers, capers, olives, Bermuda onions and an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels.
$165.00 serves 10, $16.50 ea. additional person
Inviting platter of luscious Eastern Nova Scotia Salmon, hand-sliced and arranged with a choice of three homemade cream cheeses, tomatoes, cucumbers, capers, olives, Bermuda onions and an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels.
$155.00 serves 10, $15.50 ea. additional person
Choose four homemade flavored cream cheeses including: Scallion, Vegetable, Nova, Sun-Dried Tomato & Roasted Garlic, Maple Raisin Walnut, Kalamata Olive, Jalapeno, Strawberry, to be arranged on a platter with tomatoes, cucumbers, capers, olives, Bermuda onions and an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels.
$60.00 serves 10, $6.00 ea. additional person
A beautifully arranged platter that includes delicious, hand-sliced Eastern Nova Scotia Salmon, a large filleted Whitefish, Smoked Sable or Baked "Kippered" Salmon, your choice of three homemade cream cheeses, tomatoes, cucumbers, capers, olives, Bermuda onions and an assortment of hand-rolled Murray's Bagels.
$175.00 serves 10, $17.50 ea. additional person
Choose three of our freshly prepared, homemade salads (tuna, low-fat tuna, whitefish, egg, baked salmon, herring, chicken, chopped chicken liver and shrimp salads), served on freshly baked, hand-rolled Murray's Bagels and artisanal breads, prepared and served with pickles, coleslaw, potato chips, tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
$10.25 per person (10 person minimum)
A delicious selection of fresh fruit prepared and served in a bowl; fruit freshly sliced and beautifully arranged on a platter.
Salad $4.25 per person/Platter $4.75 per person
Melt-in-your-mouth apricot, chocolate and raspberry rugelach, chocolate and vanilla cranberry macaroons, black and white cookies, triple trouble brownies, Russian coffee cake, and chocolate fudge cookies.
$50.00 small (8-10)/$95.00 large (20-25)
Delectable rugelach from Erica's using only the finest ingredients and traditional methods. The platter includes an arrangement of apricot, chocolate and raspberry rugelach.
$4.75 per person (10 person minimum)
The season's freshest vegetables, a light and healthy addition for any type of gathering! Farm-fresh veggies may include: asparagus, green beans, bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, cucumbers, carrots, radishes, celery & red cabbage. Beautifully arranged and served with assorted homemade dips.
$40.00 small (8−10)/$60.00 large (15−20)
A complete service includes milk, half-n-half, sugar, Equal, stirrers, cups and napkins. Choose our certified organic, freshly roasted coffee from Counter Culture, decaf and an assortment of gourmet teas.
$1.95 per person
when he was putting in long hours as a vice president at Merrill Lynch, Adam Pomerantz had a dream. His dream was to someday run his own business - not a business on Wall Street, but something much closer to his heart, and his stomach.
As a child, every Thursday dinner was Adam's favorite meal. Adam's father, Murray, would bring home traditional NYC Jewish "appetizing": bagels, lox, sable, whitefish, cream cheese and other salads, from the Lower East Side, where he owned a women's clothing store on Rivington Street. At school other kids had turkey sandwiches or peanut butter and jelly for lunch, Adam had a bagel and lox with a schmear of cream cheese. This was Adam's soulfood.
Bagels and smoked fish, or "appetizing," was something he knew and loved, and Adam's dream was to make the best bagel in NYC - to create a shop that introduced his soulfood to a whole new generation of New Yorkers, while also catering to the old-timers who remembered the familiar crunch and aroma of a hot, freshly baked bagel.
Having resolved to quit the financial markets for the kitchen...
Adam's first step toward realizing his dream was to go to work for a traditional wholesale bagel baker in New Jersey. He worked as an apprentice from 2am to 11am, learning every step of the bagel making process. Adam knew that to create the best bagel he had to learn the traditional techniques, and use only the finest ingredients - there could be no cutting corners.
Next he searched for the best qualities of different bagels throughout New York. He ate bagels in Manhattan, in Brooklyn, downtown, uptown. Finally, Adam tried different recipes until he found the precise proportions and quantities of each ingredient.
He followed his heart and his stomach, and when it was right he just knew it. He found a small storefront in Greenwich Village, which he renovated on a shoestring budget, opening Murray's Bagels in November 1996. Adam named Murray's Bagels for his father, from whom he learned his love of bagels and appetizing. And Murray encouraged and advised Adam at each stage of the process. The store on 6th Avenue near 13th Street soon became an integral part of the community, and its reputation for delicious, fresh, traditional NYC bagels began to spread. Regulars come everyday for a quick nosh and sometimes, a not so quick chat with Adam. The original shop has expanded to accommodate its growth in popularity, but it still retains the same attention to detail, to quality and freshness, and to producing the best, most mouthwatering Murray's bagels!