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Superior Product

Numbers don’t lie, neither does a New Yorker when it comes to bagels. For close to 20 years Long Island Bagel Café has thrived in the most competitive bagel market in the world. Our Long Island Commissary is where our bagels are rolled and shipped out to be boiled, baked and dressed fresh onsite at franchise locations.

Proven Track Record

Since 2001, Long Island bagel Café has been serving incredible bagels, breakfast sandwiches, deli sandwiches, catering and more. Our customers love us and we are often the very first stop when back in town after being away from home. For close to 20 years, LIBC has thrived in a very competitive market place, but serving the best product with great service.

Hands On Support

LIBC is committed to your success. With 8 corporate units and almost 2 decades of running high volume stores, we have developed strong systems and processes to help you manage your business. Our Long Island Commissary produces all your bagels and salads and delivers fresh product to your store. Our employees love us as much as our customers and you will receive hands on training from our All- Star managers, some that have been with us 15+ years.  We provide up front training, opening support, marketing support, product support, and on going training.

Third Party Financing

Need help sourcing the dough for our opportunity? We have relationships with several 3rd party vendors that can help qualified buyers secure funding.

We have made it easy!

From our Store Design and build out, to serving the best bagel your customer has ever had and everything in between, we got you covered. We have packaged our years of experience of opening stores and training operators into a streamlined system including rolling all the bagel dough at our Long Island commissary.

Market Opportunities

There is truly a void of good bagels outside New York. If we had a dollar for every time a customer complained to us about what gets passed off as a New York Bagel in other markets and how great our stores would do in other citys, we would have enough money to order Lox every day of the week.