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  • Ess-a-Bagel in New York

    Ess-a-Bagel

    There is an extensive selection of spreads and accompaniments. Take the cream cheese options: some of the more unusual offerings include apple cinnamon, berry berry, olive, and chocolate chip. The strawberry cream cheese is a personal favorite, its sweet, fruity punch harmonizing with the mild, creamy base.

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  • Ess-A-Bagel in New York

    Ess-A-Bagel

    There is an extensive selection of spreads and accompaniments. Take the cream cheese options: some of the more unusual offerings include apple cinnamon, berry berry, olive, and chocolate chip. The strawberry cream cheese is a personal favorite, its sweet, fruity punch harmonizing with the mild, creamy base.

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  • Russ and Daughters in New York

    Russ and Daughters

    There is an extensive selection of spreads and accompaniments. Take the cream cheese options: some of the more unusual offerings include apple cinnamon, berry berry, olive, and chocolate chip. The strawberry cream cheese is a personal favorite, its sweet, fruity punch harmonizing with the mild, creamy base.

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  • Absolute Bagels in New York

    Absolute Bagels

    There is an extensive selection of spreads and accompaniments. Take the cream cheese options: some of the more unusual offerings include apple cinnamon, berry berry, olive, and chocolate chip. The strawberry cream cheese is a personal favorite, its sweet, fruity punch harmonizing with the mild, creamy base.

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  • Parc Restaurant in Philadelphia

    Parc Restaurant

    In a nutshell: Highly recommend this French bistro in Philly’s Rittenhouse Square for the authentic Parisian vibes and consistently-tasty food (in particular, the bread basket, onion soup, and salmon tartine)...

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  • Jean Georges Restaurant in New York

    Jean Georges Restaurant

    In a nutshell: For fine food, a pristine setting, and noteworthy service, this 3-star Michelin establishment on the Upper West Side is the place to impress your date or parents...

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  • Zahav in Philadelphia

    Zahav

    After opening its doors in May 2008, Zahav has introduced countless diners to authentic and innovative Israeli flavors. The restaurant’s name means “gold” in Hebrew, referencing the cultural...

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  • Black Hound New York in New York

    Black Hound New York

    In a nutshell: It is impossible to go wrong with any of the cakes and other sweets at this East Village spot; plus, their long store hours let you pick up sweets for your sweet any time of day.

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