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10 Bagel Sandwiches Go Gourmet at Zucker’s

Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish in New York is taking the haute couture approach to bagels for its 10th anniversary.

Arcade Bakery’s creation: everything bagel garlic bread-style with roast beef, melty muenster, caramelized onion and Russian dressing. Image by Courtesy of Zucker's

The Tribeca shop has unveiled 10 signature sandwiches from fancy Big Apple chefs. Think whitefish salad with jalapeño cream cheese from Marc Forgione or pistachio pesto with mortadella, taleggio and arugula on an everything bagel from Landmarc’s Marc Murphy.

Chef Marc Murphy’s creation: Toasted everything bagel, thinly sliced mortadella and melted Taleggio with arugula and Landmarc pistachio pesto Image by Courtesy of Zucker's

Zucker’s says it will donate 10% of proceeds from each sandwich sold to local organizations including New York City Rescue Mission, City Harvest and Manhattan Youth Community Center

Ron Silver of Bubby’s created this meaty mouthful. Image by Courtesy of Zucker's

Other chefs who got in on the bagel-designing action include Tom Colicchio of Fowler & Wells and Colicchio & Sons, Vincent Nargi of The Odeon and Richard Corbo of Tribeca Grill.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

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