Friday, November 6, 2009

Avenue B's pretzel logic



Always Hungry reports that the long-dormant space at 29 Avenue B near Third Street is now home to the Sigmund Pretzel Shop, owned by two former Bouley staffers. Per Sigmund:

The Salted and Seeded Pretzels (three kinds: Caraway, Sesame and Poppy Pretzels) cost $2.50 each. Flavored pretzels (JalapeƱo-Cheddar and Cinnamon Raisin) cost $3.00 each. There will also be pretzel dips: whipped butter, whole-grain mustard, cream cheese, warm three-cheese sauce, horseradish-mayo and Nutella. Pretzels come with one dip; additional dips cost 75¢ each. A half-dozen pretzels of any variety with three dips costs $16.00. A dozen pretzels with six dips costs $30.00.


(via Eater)

P.S.
The Steely Dan reference is to drive Slum Goddess batty. (Battier?)

6 comments:

Goggla said...

I like a pretzel once in a while, but I have to wonder how many people will really go for this, especially pricey pretzels. Maybe they could and sausages and beer...

EV Grieve said...

The pretzels look pretty big. maybe get two meals out of one...

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Anonymous said...

Sounds good to me! But will they accept food stamps?

Anonymous said...

And the Mall-i-zation of the LES continues...

Eden Bee said...

I hope they do accept stamps! Though mine ran out long ago! Sucker!