We walked in and was greeted immediately by the friendly cashier. While recording 1996 album of the same name, the then-unnamed track 'Lord Only Knows' was written down by the engineer as 'O-Del-Ay' based on his phoenetic understanding of the vocal. I got an iced americano, and it was the biggest ice coffee I have ever gotten. I'll admit, I primarily came here for breakfast because of the name Odelay which reminds me of that Beck album. It's nice to have a non-corporate option in the area. The staff was super friendly and helped me pick out cream cheeses. Nothing makes us happier than discovering talented people who can bring something new.
The prices are a bit higher than the competition and I have an issue with dirty aprons and counters. It's good when I get it, but slooooooow. The chairs are a little older but very comfortable. It's nice to have a non-corporate option in the area. Literally every single one of these genre transitions are pulled off slickly and naturally.
Surprisingly, despite how incredibly experimental and diverse it is, Odelay is also an incredibly easy listen. Some of them are very unique and ones I haven't seen before. The area is close to my work and seems to be overrun with Starbucks these days. I have to say I absolutely loved my bagel here. Our office is on Poland Street in Soho. Some areas could use a deep cleaning. .
Mine was perfect, just what I was looking for. Great little place with plenty of options for bagel sandwhiches and plenty of tea and coffee options. In a completely stark contrast, Beck's album Odelay brings same level of genre hopping neatly cushioned with commerciality. The chairs are a little older but very comfortable. The coffee was pretty good as well. And the price was fantastic! After I answered with an 80s classic, Howard Jones, they tuned into the HoJo playlist. Maybe they can clean up their act and I'll give them a 2nd chance.
They do cool community engagement activities, I purchased a refurbished bicycle here several months ago to my benefit and the benefit of a local nonprofit. Review Summary: Genre hopping that is accessible without sacrificing any of the fun or quality. Cream Cheeses: They have an extensive menu of different types of homemade cream cheeses that are extremely creamy and full of flavor. There's a mix of tables with chairs or cozy couches for a very comfortable and friendly ambiance. We got some of the everything and salt bagels, and my fiancee and I nearly fought over the salt bagels because they are so good.
My wife's was a little on the sweet side. This is the perfect place to pair different flavors together. The environment is pretty laid-back and unassuming. Each is a notch above the chain places with Bagel Man's offerings bigger than Odelay. This place could be a little cleaner.
The bagel was nicely toasted and I felt like it had a good amount of cream cheese on it. I like that we have Odelay Bagel as an option in Ahwatukee. I love how the toppings cover both sides of the bagel. Go with the Garlic Sriracha shmear and you won't regret it. I had an iced coffee and my wife had a flavored latte. The bagels and cream cheeses have all been good. As such, the word carries a similar exclamatory function to it's Spanish pronunciation.
It's more similar to just talking than anything specifically rhythmic - this is to no fault though. I had a toasted chocolate chip bagel with honey almond cream cheese. The end result was amazing. The prices are a bit better for more than one bagel, but in my head I have a certain limit I'm paying for a bagel. I've tried several varieties of each and I've never been disappointed.