Please note that we will be open 7am – 5pm Monday, October 3rd and Tuesday, October 4th. We will be closed Wednesday October 5th in observance of Yom Kippur.

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Meeting the Knead of the Kosher Community

Keeping Kosher is not just a dietary choice, but a way of life. Rosenfeld’s is proud to be a Kosher Certified bakery. Hear what KVH Rabbinic Coordinator Rabbi Zvi Solomon has to say...

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How to Keep Your Bread Fresh Longer

Everyone loves bread fresh from the oven, but who has time to bake a fresh loaf every day or run to the store every time you crave that warm, doughy goodness? While these tips won’t...

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Becoming Kosher

Being a Kosher-certified business isn’t for everyone, but for Rosenfeld’s and the community we serve, it makes perfect sense. Not only does it align with the dietary restrictions of...

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A Guide to Easier Ordering and Order Pickup

There are times when our store gets very busy. With this in mind, we’ve gathered some tips to make placing and picking up your order a little easier, especially during our busier...

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The Schmear: A Story About the Beautiful Friendship Between the Bagel and Cream Cheese

When you think of bagels, almost immediately, cream cheese comes to mind, but that wasn’t always the case. Even as recently as the 1980s and 1990s, many Jewish delis and bagel shops...

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A Guide to Mother’s Day Order Pickup

Mother’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year at our store, so to make picking up your order easier, we’ve prepared these tips: 1. Pre-orders for Mother’s Day are almost...

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Rosenfeld’s Bagels Will Be Closed for Passover 2021

We will close for Passover at 1pm on Saturday, March 27th and reopen on Monday, April 5th at 7am. Passover is around the corner and Rosenfeld’s Bagels will be observing special...

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The Buzz About Bialys

A traditional Eastern European breakfast roll, bialys are delicious for breakfast or anytime you’d like a warm and savory treat. On its own, or as a side, a bialy is an easy and simple...

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Thanksgiving Week 2020 Hours

The hours for the Thanksgiving week are as follows: Monday, November 23: Closed Tuesday, November 24: 7am – 5pm Wednesday, November 25: 7am – 5pm Thursday, November 26: 7am...

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Tips for Celebrating the High Holidays

At Rosenfeld’s, we look forward to the High Holidays with a special kind of excitement. As we enter these exciting and busy times, we wanted to share some tips to help you prepare and...

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An Important Update to Store Policies for COVID-19

As we continue to navigate this unprecedented event, we are making additional enhancements to our store and how we operate to keep you and our employees safe and healthy while still...

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Open for Takeout and Delivery Orders Starting April 17

We hope you and your loved ones had a blessed and healthy Passover week, safely celebrating as you were able. With the holiday behind us, Rosenfeld’s team is rested and ready to...

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Closed for Passover April 9-16, We Will Reopen for Regular Business Hours on April 17

Celebrated each spring, Passover is one of the most revered of Jewish holidays, celebrating when Israelites fled to freedom from their enslavement in Egypt. Out of respect for our...

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At Rosenfeld’s Your Ordering Options are Almost as Plentiful as Our Flavors! Try Delivery or Order-Ahead Pickup Today!

Getting your favorite Rosenfeld’s bagels or breads is always an option, even if you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home. Place your order through Grubhub, DoorDash or Uber...

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An Important Message from Your Friends at Rosenfeld’s Bagels

As the COVID-19 situation continues to impact our daily lives, we want to let you know about a few changes in our store that you might notice on your next visit. These changes have been...

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Another Successful Year of Purim Treats for Temple Emanuel

It was 2016 when Penny Scharfman approached us about participating in the Temple Emanuel Purim fundraiser and we are so pleased to continue to be a staple of this very popular annual...

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Have Challah, Will Travel

Rosenfelds #13: Have Challah Will Travel from Molta Media on Vimeo. Rosenfeld’s customers simply love our Challah and they will go to great lengths to get it! From the West Coast to...

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National Bagel Day is February 9th! Celebrate with FREE Bagels for All Rosenfeld’s Rewards Members!

  Sunday, February 9th is National Bagel Day! Come celebrate with us on Sunday by enjoying three free bagels of your choosing in store. Some fun facts about bagels: The hole in a...

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Rosenfeld’s Makes Getting Your Order Even Easier with Delivery

We know how much you love our bagels, but sometimes your schedule is just too busy to stop in and grab a dozen. That’s why we’ve been working to continually improve our local delivery...

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How to Make Entertaining Easy with a Little Help from Rosenfeld’s

Whether you’re celebrating Hanukkah, New Year’s or both, let’s face it, holidays are best spent with friends and family, not slaving away in the kitchen. That’s why so many...

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A Fine Idea: Rosenfeld’s Inspires Bagels in Berlin

Laurel Kratochvila grew up in Newton, MA, not far from Rosenfeld’s Bagels. Some of her fondest childhood memories include mornings at Rosenfeld’s where she’d watch the bagels being...

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Rosenfeld’s Featured in Cook’s Illustrated Magazine

It wasn’t too long ago that acclaimed chef, America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Illustrated author, Lan Lam paid a visit to our kitchen. Now we’re honored to announce that she...

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Baking Challah with Lan Lam

  Have you ever wanted to give baking your own Challah a try? Cook’s Illustrated Editor, Lan Lam, visited our shop and we shared our recipe and braiding techniques with her. You can...

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We Couldn’t Do It Without You — 45 Years and Going Strong

Who would have imagined at that moment back in 1973 that we’d still be serving up hot and fresh, delicious bagels at the very same location today, 45 years later? Our success wouldn’t...

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