It's a really cute shot, No Real Name Given. It tells a story, which makes it documentary, and in this case quite good documentary. The thing that would make it a street shot would be a sense of ambiguity. Keep shooting, but more importantly get your hands on some books of photographs by the masters of street, people like Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau, Ronis, Brassaï, Erwitt, Riboud, Frank, Friedlander, etc., and study them. I'm not suggesting you try to copy what these they've done, that's impossible, but absorbing their work will give you a sense of what makes a street photograph different from a snapshot or reportage. I suspect that if you keep working at this you'll find it's more enjoyable than anything else you can do with a camera.
Thanks! I was pleased with the random luck that the bagel matched the shoes, but you're right; it's not really street photography in the sense of those luminaries you mentioned.
It's more like 'photograph taken while around a lot of people who happened to be on the street'.