It depends. If you're a tourist from NY visiting Paris for a week, the answer is "no." If you've moved to Paris from NY, have been here a while and are looking to squelch the home sickness, then the answer if "yes." Morry's is a shop that mainly sells bagel sandwiches and offers a range of bagels and fillings. It happens to be a short walk from my job in the Bastille and when I discovered it, I was feeling kinda low and it picked me right up.
The tiny shop is standing room only and operates with an efficiency that is rare in Paris. Pick your bagel (everything, onion, etc.) and then the filling (cream cheese, turkey, cheese, salmon, etc.) and they quickly throw it into a panini press, fill it and you're on your way.
My first time in I kept it simple and ordered a "Wall Street" on an everything bagel, which is simply Philly cream cheese as the filling. (Side note: "Wall Street" is not a bad phrase over here yet, you even see ads on how you can learn to speak "Wall Street English.) Is it overpriced at 3 Euros? Sure is. Is it like the ones you get in NY? Nope - the bagel lacks the chewy crust and tender belly. Does it hit the spot? Damn sure does - I was so happy eating this. I even went one step futher and paired it with a Tall Americano coffee from Starbucks. Yep, I sold out without a hint of shame and will do so again soon. Especially if I am feeling a bit down.