Souk and Sandwich is just a big stand similar to what you’d find at a county fair. But it isn’t at a county fair, it’s on a busy stretch of 6th Avenue near a bunch of offices, possibly even one where you work. So if you just want to pick up something great to eat at your desk around 12:30pm, it’s ideal. The food here is Lebanese, and the menu mostly consists of a lot of bowls and sandwiches on Lebanese flatbread (including a bunch of vegetarian ones). We’re especially fans of the lahme sandwich with marinated strips of beef, and we never leave without a side of sumac fries with za’atar aioli.
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