Fresh Philly Soft Pretzels coming to your home town?

April 2, 2007 at 9:27 am 3 comments

ist2_1000086_pretzel_with_mustard1.jpg In preparation for my Passover Seder tonight, I have had to eat every last pretzel in my house before the week of “unleavened bread” is upon us.  Just as I finished the last crumb and mentally prepared that I would not have any more for 7 days, my friend forwards me a link The Pretzel Boys website. 

Interesting concept……Two “boys” who live outside of Philadelphia, want to make the world a better place, have opened Pretzel bakery retail stores in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, so that pretzel lovers like myself can get a hot, steaming, salty soft pretzel without having to rely on driving past a man at an intersection selling the delicious Philly treats out of a shopping cart, (the usual way of finding them).

Kudos to Tim Dever and Mark Gosik for bringing more Philly soft pretzels into the world.  They offer franchise opportunities so that Philadelphia soft pretzels could be available say in Cleveland or Manhattan, Kansas.  Wouldn’t that be amazing? 

Living in NYC, I still contend that Philly soft pretzels are the best in the world and the NY ones can’t hold a candle to my hometown favorites. 

Good luck guys and maybe I’ll just open up a franchise in NYC so that people here can have a taste of the real thing. 

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. cybele  |  April 2, 2007 at 11:56 am

    I really miss good soft pretzels. They have these chains called Wetzels Pretzels, but it’s not the same as the ones you get on the street in Philly.

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  • 2. Andy Hunn  |  April 2, 2007 at 4:06 pm

    I miss them too. NYC does not know what a good soft pretzel tastes like. Unfortunately, some bad pretzels have invaded Philly. Buyer beware.

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  • 3. Glenn  |  September 29, 2008 at 1:30 am

    The link for PretzelBoys.com forwards you to a generic site and not their official site. What is the correct link?

    Reply

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