Nablus Sweets is named after the city in the West Bank that’s known as the Palestinian capital of sweets—specifically, knafeh. Nablus has two types, and you need to try both. There’s the coarser khishne—warm, gooey cheese topped with thin, crispy kataifi noodles—but we’re partial to the meltier na’ame, layered with a softer dough, soaked in syrup, and served hot. The barebones counter-service shop serves a number of other sweets, which they’re happy to heat up for you and dress with honey. Enjoy your cheesy dessert and some tea in their outdoor structure.