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1. Al RayyanRoll up your shopping sleeves at this foodies’ paradise of harder-to-find cheeses (such as Nabulsi), za’atar-covered pita to slather with labneh, barrels of olives with preserved lemon and peppers, and seed and nut crunches galore. The Arab market is also a go-to for halal meat, spinach pies and meat pies, shawarma platters, falafel, and fresh-baked Read more...
Expect fresh Turkish cuisine here, with locally sourced ingredients. Mains include eggplant moussaka, sautéed lamb, and chicken with curry. Closed Mon. 121 Main St, Ossining; 914.502.0651; www.melikeossining.com
Baked daily and sometimes still warm, the feta-spinach-and-ground-beef phyllo-dough pastries will vie for your affections. Devour your slice — flaky and crisp on top, fluffy and chewy inside — with Turkish coffee at the marble countertop of the Yorktown Heights café or packed in a pizza box in Hartsdale. Then browse the aisles of European Read more...