this little hole in the wall restaurant serves the best falafels in the area, you have to go to NYC to find anything. If you like inexpensive and tasty and quick and filling check out this place. Word to the wise the place does a tremendous lunch business during the week so be prepared to wait in line(moves fast). table seating is limited though there are a few stools. stuffed grape leaves also highly recommended, be also cognisant that the restaurant is religously observent and limits their hours accordingly.
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