Goldberg's Bagel Company and Deli

★★★★☆
  • 4383 Roswell Road Ne

    Atlanta, GA 30342

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  • 404-256-3751

About Goldberg's Bagel Company and Deli

Hours
Monday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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There is a lot of excitement brewing as Goldberg's expands into the Airport! Now you can take our yummy products with you when you travel!!

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★★★★★

There is a lot of excitement brewing as Goldberg's expands into the Airport! Now you can take our yummy products with you when you travel!!

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I had the Cobb salad today at Goldbergs. The salad had pieces that were clearly old and discolored. There was a tiny bit of chicken, two small pieces of avacado, a tiny amount of chopped tomato and a mountain of salad (very unappetizing).

3
★★★★★

I had the Cobb salad today at Goldbergs. The salad had pieces that were clearly old and discolored. There was a tiny bit of chicken, two small pieces of avacado, a tiny amount of chopped tomato and a mountain of salad (very unappetizing).

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You need to check out the health inspection scores at each establishment (or online, since I doubt they post them.)Super Low! West Paces just got a 53. Too much to pay for not such great food.

3
★★★★★

You need to check out the health inspection scores at each establishment (or online, since I doubt they post them.)Super Low! West Paces just got a 53. Too much to pay for not such great food.

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The bagels here are great. It's a true NY style bagel. They have great options for brunch and the staff is very friendly. It's a good regular spot with solid food.

4
★★★★☆

The bagels here are great. It's a true NY style bagel. They have great options for brunch and the staff is very friendly. It's a good regular spot with solid food.

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THE best bagels in town. Such a great place to have breakfast on a Saturday morning with family or friends. Can't go wrong with any of the food, and the service is great.

5
★★★★★

THE best bagels in town. Such a great place to have breakfast on a Saturday morning with family or friends. Can't go wrong with any of the food, and the service is great.

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I just finished an egg salad sandwich. It was THE blandest thing I have ever had. Not only terrible egg salad, but it was literally tasteless. The baked chips were my only salvation. I couldn't believe it. They just opened the store in Marietta, but I doubt I'll go back. It is an oxymoron to say it left a bad taste in my mouth.

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★☆☆☆☆

I just finished an egg salad sandwich. It was THE blandest thing I have ever had. Not only terrible egg salad, but it was literally tasteless. The baked chips were my only salvation. I couldn't believe it. They just opened the store in Marietta, but I doubt I'll go back. It is an oxymoron to say it left a bad taste in my mouth.

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I love this place. Great brunch food. I have eaten in the store: by favorite is a bagel with lox, cream cheese, onion, and tomato. And theirs is the best. I have also called and ordered food for a brunch at my house and it is always ready on time.

5
★★★★★

I love this place. Great brunch food. I have eaten in the store: by favorite is a bagel with lox, cream cheese, onion, and tomato. And theirs is the best. I have also called and ordered food for a brunch at my house and it is always ready on time.

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I can tell you after working in restaurants for ten years that I have only heard of the practice of making servers pay for the convenience of using a credit card machine once. That was the Ritz-Carlton.

Not only is Goldberg's so cheap that they also employ this practice, they also make their servers tip out 20% to the bussers. It is unheard of in the insustry.

I've had Goldberg's bagels before, and yeah they're good, but come on, Publix makes bagels. Not to mention the other fine establishments on the Best Of list, like Belly.

If you don't get a bad taste in your mouth from frequenting a place where management yells in front of customers and treats its own staff as expendible, then enjoy Goldberg's. Clearly you have as much class and taste as these clowns.

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★☆☆☆☆

I can tell you after working in restaurants for ten years that I have only heard of the practice of making servers pay for the convenience of using a credit card machine once. That was the Ritz-Carlton.

Not only is Goldberg's so cheap that they also employ this practice, they also make their servers tip out 20% to the bussers. It is unheard of in the insustry.

I've had Goldberg's bagels before, and yeah they're good, but come on, Publix makes bagels. Not to mention the other fine establishments on the Best Of list, like Belly.

If you don't get a bad taste in your mouth from frequenting a place where management yells in front of customers and treats its own staff as expendible, then enjoy Goldberg's. Clearly you have as much class and taste as these clowns.

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I have been to both the West Paces location and the Dunwoody Deli. Service is nice, yet the food is terribly overpriced. I paid with a credit card and the waiter suggested we tip in cash because the owner deducts from each credit card tip in order to cover the AMEX cost. I find this to be horrid considering wait staff works for commission. I also witnessed management yelling at a line cook and using extremely derogatory lanuage. I find this behavior highly inappropriate and unacceptable from a place of business. Although the food was satisfactory, the questionable management and ownership have secured that I will never contribute money to the oppressive practices at Goldberg's Deli.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been to both the West Paces location and the Dunwoody Deli. Service is nice, yet the food is terribly overpriced. I paid with a credit card and the waiter suggested we tip in cash because the owner deducts from each credit card tip in order to cover the AMEX cost. I find this to be horrid considering wait staff works for commission. I also witnessed management yelling at a line cook and using extremely derogatory lanuage. I find this behavior highly inappropriate and unacceptable from a place of business. Although the food was satisfactory, the questionable management and ownership have secured that I will never contribute money to the oppressive practices at Goldberg's Deli.

Cons: Management and Owner

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Oh My Gosh ! I discovered Goldberg's about 5 years ago, I have not eaten another store bought Bagel again. I was eating Masada with an occasional Einstein's. After getting ahold of the real thing, (made fresh every morning, from scratch, none of this frozen stuff.) If I cannot get to Goldberg's I just do without.
Since I no longer live near any of Goldberg's location"s. They freeze great but be sure to slice them first, that trick was taught to me by a New York Bagel Conniseure, for some odd reason they taste fresher that way, not to mention easier to handle and toast. . Check out the Bagel Chips also.

2
★★★★★

Oh My Gosh ! I discovered Goldberg's about 5 years ago, I have not eaten another store bought Bagel again. I was eating Masada with an occasional Einstein's. After getting ahold of the real thing, (made fresh every morning, from scratch, none of this frozen stuff.) If I cannot get to Goldberg's I just do without.
Since I no longer live near any of Goldberg's location"s. They freeze great but be sure to slice them first, that trick was taught to me by a New York Bagel Conniseure, for some odd reason they taste fresher that way, not to mention easier to handle and toast. . Check out the Bagel Chips also.

Cons: Alway's Packed out. Need to increase space.

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I gave this place 5 starts, but I have to offer you a strong warning. Unless you want the kind of quality that will make your mother jealous, and the kind of food quality that is VERY habit forming, this place is not for you. I have been a patron for over 10 years.

I very much wish I lived closer and didn't drive a big truck. I know good food when I get it, and patronizing Goldberg's, where you get the best bagels this side of Manhattan, and the best homemade pastrami in the world, can make Goldberg's not only a household word, but a family tradition.

Don't try this place unless you plan to go back again and again.

2
★★★★★

I gave this place 5 starts, but I have to offer you a strong warning. Unless you want the kind of quality that will make your mother jealous, and the kind of food quality that is VERY habit forming, this place is not for you. I have been a patron for over 10 years.

I very much wish I lived closer and didn't drive a big truck. I know good food when I get it, and patronizing Goldberg's, where you get the best bagels this side of Manhattan, and the best homemade pastrami in the world, can make Goldberg's not only a household word, but a family tradition.

Don't try this place unless you plan to go back again and again.

Pros: You'll want to come back again and again.

Cons: You'll want to come back again and again.

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If this Goldbergs is as close as your gonna get to NYC style deli/bagels then I really need to open my own place! I paid 10.00 for a tiny bagel with lox. All I wanted was the bagel yet I was forced somehow to have the luch special that included a measly pickle and tiny cup of fruit. Save your money and go to Ensteins at least you get a larger, moderately priced bagel for you money. Mr. Goldberg you gotta a lot of Chutzpah charging that much for lox with a smear!!!!

0
★☆☆☆☆

If this Goldbergs is as close as your gonna get to NYC style deli/bagels then I really need to open my own place! I paid 10.00 for a tiny bagel with lox. All I wanted was the bagel yet I was forced somehow to have the luch special that included a measly pickle and tiny cup of fruit. Save your money and go to Ensteins at least you get a larger, moderately priced bagel for you money. Mr. Goldberg you gotta a lot of Chutzpah charging that much for lox with a smear!!!!

Pros: the food was good

Cons: highly overpriced

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Best Deli in Atlanta, probably all of the South. Food, Service, and Attitude can easily compete with New Yorks finest deli's, Plus some southern charm. Highly reccomend bagel and lox. Expect Lines.

2
★★★★★

Best Deli in Atlanta, probably all of the South. Food, Service, and Attitude can easily compete with New Yorks finest deli's, Plus some southern charm. Highly reccomend bagel and lox. Expect Lines.

Pros: Food

Cons: wait time

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The food here is excellent - only complaint is the guy at the cashier who does not know the meaning of good customer service. He gives you a dirty look every time you do not leave him a dollar in the tip jar for a $7 to go order. A polite thank you and have a nice day would be a good addition to his vocabulary . Aside from this, the sandwiches are great, breakfasts are hearty, and service great.

1
★★★☆☆

The food here is excellent - only complaint is the guy at the cashier who does not know the meaning of good customer service. He gives you a dirty look every time you do not leave him a dollar in the tip jar for a $7 to go order. A polite thank you and have a nice day would be a good addition to his vocabulary . Aside from this, the sandwiches are great, breakfasts are hearty, and service great.

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Wouldn't recommend the potato skins since they were nearly inedible (along with rest of our food). Bad service from everyone we interacted with. What else is there?

1
★★☆☆☆

Wouldn't recommend the potato skins since they were nearly inedible (along with rest of our food). Bad service from everyone we interacted with. What else is there?

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Coming from the Northeast, I am so happy that Goldberg's exists in Atlanta. Good Jewish delis are extremely rare in Georgia....there are about 2 of them. Goldberg's sells Challah bread, Hamantashen, Matzoh Ball Soup, Blintzes, Rugalech, awesome bagels, and terrific sandwiches. The service is polite, yet quick enough to service the line waiting for their yummy brunches and northeatern style deli sandwiches. I think we will make this a weekly ritual. Their chicken salad is the best and I have made special trips to buy a little container of it (Chunks of pure white chicken and it isn't drenched in mayo). Seating is an issue, but it is worth the wait.

2
★★★★★

Coming from the Northeast, I am so happy that Goldberg's exists in Atlanta. Good Jewish delis are extremely rare in Georgia....there are about 2 of them. Goldberg's sells Challah bread, Hamantashen, Matzoh Ball Soup, Blintzes, Rugalech, awesome bagels, and terrific sandwiches. The service is polite, yet quick enough to service the line waiting for their yummy brunches and northeatern style deli sandwiches. I think we will make this a weekly ritual. Their chicken salad is the best and I have made special trips to buy a little container of it (Chunks of pure white chicken and it isn't drenched in mayo). Seating is an issue, but it is worth the wait.

Pros: Food, Chicken Salad Rocks, Jewish Desserts

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Without a doubt, the best reubens in the city come from Goldberg's. Tender, meaty corned beef is piled between sweet sour kraut, swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing, while the insides are delicately squished between two pieces of chewy rye bread. Get the cole slaw as a side--it has just the right touch of mayonnaise for taste. And the salty pickles served on the side, mmmm. Don't forget to wash it all down with a Dr. Brown's cream soda.

2
★★★★☆

Without a doubt, the best reubens in the city come from Goldberg's. Tender, meaty corned beef is piled between sweet sour kraut, swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing, while the insides are delicately squished between two pieces of chewy rye bread. Get the cole slaw as a side--it has just the right touch of mayonnaise for taste. And the salty pickles served on the side, mmmm. Don't forget to wash it all down with a Dr. Brown's cream soda.

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What a treat! This place makes one of the best pastrami on rye sandwiches I've had in a long time. Some folks with larger appetites might have thought it wasn't hefty enough, but it was fine for me. It made for a perfect for lunch with a Dr. Browns and a half-sour pickle.

As for the bagels, these are the best I've had since I've moved to Atlanta. And Goldberg's also bakes bialys. Next time I go, I'm taking a whole carload home.

2
★★★★★

What a treat! This place makes one of the best pastrami on rye sandwiches I've had in a long time. Some folks with larger appetites might have thought it wasn't hefty enough, but it was fine for me. It made for a perfect for lunch with a Dr. Browns and a half-sour pickle.

As for the bagels, these are the best I've had since I've moved to Atlanta. And Goldberg's also bakes bialys. Next time I go, I'm taking a whole carload home.

Pros: the bagels

Cons: small seating area

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Substantially renovated, Goldberg's original location is spiffier, brighter and boasts an outdoor patio. But everything new is old again, and familiar, from the bialy breads and bagels to the house-made sauerkraut, whitefish salad, and…

 

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