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Kossar Bialy's in Boston?

99Jason | Dec 22, 201410:25 AM     7

As someone in an older discussion said, "don't bother trying a Bialy from anywhere else." And I agree--there's something like an "honest" wheat flavor you get that's hard to find elsewhere, and your mouth feels like it's gotten a workout, which, to me, is always the sign of an authentic Jewish meal.

In any case, I was delighted to find where to get Green's Babka in the area from this board, so I thought I'd see if anyone knew where to get Kossar bialy's as well. (?)

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