NEW YORK -- At a new location here, upscale food retailer Gourmet Garage has posted its bagel and coffee prices for the whole Upper West Side neighborhood to see. A large sign in the front window of the new store says, "Bagels, 33 cents; coffee, 65 cents," giving the two compatible products prominent status in a store brimming with fresh foods, including abundant prepared foods. "We definitely have the least expensive bagel on the block and also the best, and our morning business is ...

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