x
Breaking News
More () »

Second gentleman visits Rosenberg's Bagels in Five Points

The vice-president's husband, Doug Emhoff, stoped at Rosenberg's Bagel to talk small business and bagels with lox.

DENVER — Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff stopped by Rosenberg's Bagels' Five Points location on Tuesday to talk small business relief – and bagels with lox spread. 

Denver is 1,600 miles away from New York City, but Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen, which specializes in New York bagels and lox, found a way to bring New York to the Mile High City.

Emhoff is a New Yorker himself and son to Jewish parents. He stopped by and spoke with owner Josh Pollack, according to the shop's Facebook page.

> Video above: Water chemistry is key to Rosenberg's Bagels in Five Points

Pollack grew up with Jewish Delis and bagels, so when he couldn't get the bagels he craved here in Colorado, he found a way to make them taste just like at home. The bagel shop is now a popular spot in Denver's historic Five Points neighborhood.

"We were honored to have the Second Gentleman stop by our Five Points location today to talk small business relief (and of course, bagels & lox) with BTRG owner Joshua Pollack!" the Facebook post reads. 

Vice President Kamala Harris was also in Denver Tuesday. Like husband Emhoff, she also spoke with a small business and promoted the relief bill. 

RELATED: Rosenberg's uses water chemistry to make the perfect NYC bagel in Denver

RELATED: Kamala Harris meets with Colorado small business owners on tour promoting relief bill

> Top stories curated daily just for you! Sign up for the 9NEWSLETTER to get can’t-miss stories, Next and Broncos content, weather and more delivered right to your inbox.

RELATED: Rosenberg’s Bagels announces 3rd Colorado location

 SUGGESTED VIDEOS: Feature stories  

MORE WAYS TO GET 9NEWS

Subscribe to our daily 9NEWSLETTER

Download the 9NEWS APP
iTunes: http://on9news.tv/itunes
Google Play: http://on9news.tv/1lWnC5n 

HOW TO ADD THE 9NEWS APP TO YOUR STREAMING DEVICE

ROKU: add the channel from the ROKU store or by searching for KUSA.

For both Apple TV and Fire TV, search for "9news" to find the free app to add to your account. Another option for Fire TV is to have the app delivered directly to your Fire TV through Amazon.