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Gadz Coffee Bar

Falafel wraps aren’t as easy as they seem. They err between stodge and less internet-worthy versions of the cinnamon challenge, but Gadz’s is almost spot on. The freshly made warm falafel is both crisp and soft, the tabbouleh salad has crunch and a sweet but sharp hit of vinegar and pomegranate molasses, and then the whole thing is (perhaps controversially) stuck under a panini grill. You probably want to ask for a generous helping of hummus and tahini just to be on the safe side of moisture, but all in all, it’s a delicious, fresh option.

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