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Oct 31, 2019 3:28 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Golden Pear Café Sag Harbor Sells to Goldberg’s Bagels

The Golden Pear Cafe
Nov 5, 2019 12:19 PM
After more than 13 years on Main Street in Sag Harbor, the Golden Pear Café closed on Thursday afternoon, November 7, café owner Keith Davis announced earlier that day in a press release. The business lease and assets, said Mr. Davis, have been acquired by the East Hampton-based Goldberg’s Bagels.

Mr. Davis acquired The Harbor Deli at 111 Main Street in April 2006, opening that May.

“A favorite morning coffee klatch location for Leif Hope and numerous friends, the morning banter of local and national politics and local life in Sag Harbor echoed through the café so loud at times that customers would take notice and at times join the conversation,” Mr. Davis said in the release. “Over 13 years numerous celebrities passed through the doors of The Golden Pear, including former President Bill Clinton, presidential candidate Joe Biden, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons and family, Jerry Seinfeld, Christine Baranski, Justin Bieber, and more. The Golden Pear was a true local hangout, place of rest and fine hospitality and hip summer eatery, which will be missed.”

Mr. Davis said The Golden Pear Café & Catering Company would continue to operate its East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Southampton locations.

This will be the seventh Goldberg’s Famous Bagels location on the South Fork. Goldberg’s currently has delis in Montauk, Amagansett, East Hampton, Wainscott, Southampton and East Quogue. The company also has four North Fork branches, including delis in Greenport, Mattituck, Jamesport and in Riverhead.

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Thats great. Last time I went to bagel bouy the order taker didnt speak clear enough english to process my order. Once we got through that the cost was $$$ and the toppings skimpy . I drive to Goldbergs on 39, Always a full bagel. Now ill come to Sag instead.
By North Sea Citizen (568), North Sea on Oct 31, 19 5:58 PM