Biderman’s Deli, the Jewish-style deli in Northwest Hills, is expanding with a downtown Austin location. The Eater 38 restaurant will be found at 800 Brazos Street, right off Congress Avenue. The restaurant is expected to open within the next two months.
Biderman’s is especially known for its house-made bagels, ranging from plain to poppyseed to jalapeno cheddar. The bagels are served with cream cheeses like chive, pickle and dill, and strawberry. Or the bagels are used for sandwiches with fillings like lox, corned beef, or pastrami. Keeping up with the Jewish menu, there’s also matzo ball soup, latkes, and black and white cookies.
The new location’s menu will be similar to the Far West location, with a few new items, including breakfast combinations and large platters.
Zach Biderman is a founding owner of Seventh Flag Coffee. He decided to open Biderman’s Deli on 3742 Far West Boulevard in 2017 because, “Austin lacks a good Jewish deli,” as he told Eater earlier this year.
In other bagel news, Nervous Charlie’s is opening in North Loop sometime this late summer. While Rosen’s Bagel Co. continues to look for its ideal brick-and-mortar space, it is serving its bagels out of East Austin coffee shop and beer bar Wright Bros. Brew and Brew.
This article has been updated with additional information.