Nearby Subway Stops
2, 3 at Grand Army Plaza; B, Q at Seventh Ave.
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- Outdoor Dining
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- No Alcohol
23rd St. to Flatbush Ave., Eastern Pkwy. to Third Ave.
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This simple shawarma spot opened in 2002 as a belated spinoff to Mister Falafel, a sister eatery that shares the same owner and which introduced Park Slopers to Egyptian street food nearly twenty years before Pita Pan’s arrival. The Arab theme runs strong in this latter, primarily takeout space: Rich, native tapestries warm its one long wall; Lebanese accents distinguish its Middle Eastern menu. Besides the expected lamb shawarma and crisp falafel, the eatery has a fairly comprehensive juice bar for freshly pressed fruits and vegetables. Curbside seating in fair weather helps compensate for a mere four tables inside.Recommended Dishes
Falafel platter, $7.50; merguez platter, $14; homemade green iced tea with fresh mint and honey, $3.75
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