10 "Lebanese" Restaurants in New York.
Come to Karam in Bay Ridge for Lebanese-style sandwiches, za’atar pies, and lahmajeen.
This Lebanese sweet shop in Bay Ridge is exactly where you should come for semolina cakes, baklava, and other desserts.
Balady, a Lebanese staple in Bay Ridge, is one of the best halal markets in Brooklyn.
Bay Root Meats is a bodega-sized Lebanese market where you should buy jars of pickled radish and wreaths of fluffy, sesame-studded bread.
If you want to eat kibbeh, or need to plan a special occasion meal, go to Lebanese spot Le Sajj in Bay Ridge
Au Za’atar is a party-time Lebanese restaurant in the East Village where you can order a shawarma tower for a group.
Cafe Alula in Greenpoint serves Lebanese food all day, and it’s a particularly nice to place for a working lunch or a coffee date.
Edy’s Grocer is a Lebanese deli in Greenpoint where you can pick up dips, or have a nice brunch or lunch.
Uncle Momo is a BYO Lebanese restaurant in Jersey City that’s a good option for brunch or a casual weeknight dinner.