Bagelry opens Ogdensburg location
By MATT LINDSEY
OGDENSBURG -- The Bagelry has open a new location at 2981 Ford Street Ext.
Owners Ryan Dunphey and Gabe Ockrin said that the reception from the community has been “extremely positive.”The eatery and coffee shop opened the first week of July.
“The reviews on Facebook have all been extremely positive — this location has exceeded out expectations,” Dunphey said.
The Bagelry has been a staple in the North Country since 1982 when it was opened by Elliot and Judy Rich of Potsdam.
“We are excited and honored to extend their tradition through St. Lawrence County,” Dunphey said.
This is the third location, with another shop in Canton, which opened in the summer of 2014, as well as the original Bagelry in downtown Potsdam.
The new shop is situated next to Price Chopper in the Gateway Plaza and is located in the former GNC store.
“We did extensive renovations — we remodeled the whole place,” Dunphey said.
Bagels are made from scratch and delivered daily from the Potsdam to Ogdensburg and Canton. They offer several varieties including plain, wheat, sesame, onion, and everything. Toppings include several flavors of cream cheese as well specialty sandwiches like turkey, pizza bagels, chicken and tuna.
The shop will offer their locally brewed Park Bros. coffee, as well as fresh baked goods like brownies, cookies and rice crispy treats.
The new location employs 10 people and Dunphey and Ockrin employ over 40 people total between their other Bagelry and coffee shop/brewery locations.
“We are currently hiring for all locations,” he said.
Dunphey said plans are under way for their next location in St. Lawrence County.
“We are looking for the next ideal location in the surrounding communities,” he said.
The eatery will open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. seven days a week.
More info: 315-605-7632 or www.facebook.com/ogdensburgbagelry/.