The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. Opens Their Doors in Coral Springs

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By: Sharon Aron Baron

After months of waiting, The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is finally opening the doors to their latest location in Coral Springs.

Already home to a restaurant in Hollywood, they now have 20 locations nationwide including 10 others throughout South Florida. The addition of two new restaurants in Coral Springs and downtown Fort Lauderdale will officially mark three locations for the company in Broward County.

The restaurant is a new concept by owner Steven M. Fassberg, owner of the franchise, who will will extend the menu to offer dinner – and not just breakfast and lunch as other Brooklyn Water Bagel eateries. It will also feature a Coffee Wall that accommodates up to 10 people for self-service coffee on tap, “banini” (combination of bagel and panini), salads, deli sandwiches and soups.

What makes their bagels special, they say, is they use a proprietary water treatment system, known as “Brooklyn Water Works,” as a crucial element in successfully replicating the natural composition of the water found in the Catskill Mountains. This proprietary water, which is cold, clean, and purified, is used in the restaurant products that guests order, including its artisan baked gourmet bagels, muffins, cookies, and fresh, roasted coffee and iced coffee.

The new restaurant is located at 2554 N. University Drive with hours from 6 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

About Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.

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  • Joe

    I’m glad to see that this location has the self-serve coffee like the store in Hollywood. I’ve been to other locations where they make it behind the counter. I much prefer doing it myself.

  • Bert

    i read that the new Brooklyn Water Bagel restaurant, in Coral Springs, will be open until at least 8pm. I walked by last night and, on the door, it says it closes at 4. Also, does the drink ‘bar’ have ‘make your own egg creams, with U-Bet syrup’, like the others? That’s what I looked forward to.

    • The restaurant hasn’t officially opened yet. The opening isn’t until Thursday.

  • George

    Already changed their hours. They now close at 4:00 pm

    Odd?

  • Lance Cove

    Some of the worst service. They have one sever in mornings. Going somewhere else