Johan V. Hahn St. n/n.
Group texts between Prishtinali circles went out in haste once word of Babaghanoush’s new lunch hours got out. This favorite spot for Mediterranean and Middle Eastern inspired mezze and falafel is one of the only vegetarian restaurants in town. The unmarked restaurant tucked back from the street used to open only after 5:00 pm. Countless summer nights have been spent on the patio, enjoying Macedonian wine and mezze platters for two, maybe six. Plenty of winter dinners have taken place in the intimate, cramped, and charming dining space. It’s the first plac...
As close as to an American donut as Kosovars can get, these cheap treats are pretty sweet.
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The trek up Sunny Hill is well worth it for Artizan’s cheap lunch fare and gorgeous, crusty loaves.
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