Williamsburg bagel store selling new type of ham sandwich called cragelBy Mason White 4:29 AM January 28, 2014
By: Debbie Gross
(Scroll down for video) Bagel lovers in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, are now able to enjoy a new type of ham sandwich for breakfast, according to a statement released by the owner of The Bagel Store.
The Bagel Store, which has two branches in Williamsburg, has called his creation the cragel, and they are selling for just $2.95 each.
The modified version of the cragel went on sale this weekend, and the demand is so high that The Bagel Store cannot produce enough of them.
The store owner, Scot Rossillo, said that he cannot keep the cragel on the store shelves as they fly off instantly.
He said that the bakery is selling a few hundred of them each day, and that 75 percent of customers want the cragel.
The most popular order is for a cragel breakfast sandwich, usually filled with ham and cheese, or with ham, egg and cheese.