On deck at the second Biderman’s are house-made bagels; schmears from cream cheeses to peanut butter-Nutella; heartier fillings like eggs, corned beef, lox, pastrami, cold cuts, and much more. Outside of bagels, there are melts made with sourdough bread, soups (including the requisite matzo ball soup), latkes, salads, chopped liver, etc. Desserts include black and white cookies, cheesecakes, and apple cakes.
Owner Zach Biderman also told Eater the new restaurant will feature more breakfast combinations and larger platters, aimed towards the downtown office buildings.
This is Biderman’s second Austin location, with the first found up in Northwest Hills, which opened in 2017.
Biderman’s Deli’s downtown hours are from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., with breakfast served until 11 a.m. Weekend hours and possibly later afternoon and evening hours will come later.