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With no space to sit, this takeout Panini joint is clearly concentrating on applying a Tel Aviv touch to its cuisine, not its nondescript décor. Open since 2003, the Israeli sandwich shop uses fresh thick rolls delivered daily from a nearby Israeli bakery then fills them with signature ingredients like za’atar (akin to oregano) or Finio (an Israeli milk chocolate) before pressing the panini on a large counterside griddle. Filling options extend to lunchtime staples (deli meats, cheeses, vegetables), dessert flavorings (Nutella, peanut butter, honey), and breakfast items (fried eggs). But if you don’t venture into the Middle Eastern influences here, even by way of a mint lemonade, you’re missing the point.
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