Uncle Momo is a few doors down from Razza, and they also serve good pizzas with unusual toppings. But Uncle Momo isn’t a pizza spot - it’s a Lebanese restaurant, so the crust is pita, and the toppings include things like ground lamb or lemon-marinated chicken. These flatbreads are good to share with a group, as are other entrees at this casual BYO spot, like chicken tagine served in a pool of salty, olive-y juice.
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