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Manousheh Announces Grand Opening on Grand Street

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Manousheh on Grand Street - photo by The Lo-Down.
Manousheh on Grand Street – photo by The Lo-Down.

A salve for the slew of recent restaurant closures: A new outpost from Lebanese home style bakery, Manousheh has announced its grand opening at 403 Grand St.  Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 21st, opening hours are: Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 9pm.  Serving variations on the traditional street food, the restaurant offers sweet and savory flatbreads.

They note, “All baking is done fresh in our oven and most of our ingredients hail from Lebanon.”The menus also offers fresh lemonades, café blanc (white coffee), fresh mint tea and “delightful Lebanese coffee.”

Manousheh flyer

Manousheh first opened its doors as a pop-up in Nolita in 2013, before establishing its first permanent location on Bleecker and Macdougal.  Find updates about their LES location on their Instagram feed here.

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