First, the winners of the Eversave Father’s Day Restaurant Week giveaways:
The Black Lobster: Kolpin
Ristorante Pavarotti: Julie
I will email your save vouchers later today. Thanks again to Eversave Boston, and be sure to check out their daily saves!
If there was a Maoz in Boston, I would eat there for lunch every single day. Have you been to a Maoz? Prior to our trip to DC, I had only eaten at Maoz in Europe, Amsterdam, many, many times. I stalked Maoz, checking out where new locations opened up, never seeming to be in a place I would be visiting.
As soon as our trip to DC was planned, I had Maoz on the brain. I only wish we had gotten there sooner.
This quick, casual, take out or eat in spot is glistening with cleanliness, bright, and a nice cool break from the oppressive DC heat.
Maoz offers salads, falafel, fries, fresh juices. The menu is small, but focused on high quality vegetarian food. I usually get some form of falafel, either in a salad or in a pita, and then start in on the toppings.
From pickles to olives, seasoned carrots, red peppers, beets, onions, and chickpeas, you can build yourself a lunch that is packed with textures, flavors, and nutrition.
And then there are the sauces. Salsa, clantro sauce, pickled onion chutney, tahini, creamy garlic. . . there are so many, and I usually have a bit of everything.
They need to make the pita pocket bigger.
Maoz is an amazing option for an inexpensive lunch while traveling. The one in DC seemed to be a hot spot for nearby workers. We were there at noon on a Monday, and it was buzzing with takeout orders. I long to be lucky enough to work near a Maoz in Boston. Someone open a franchise, pretty please?
Because it was so hot, we followed lunch in another cool place that I don’t often get to, Pinkberry. Mango fro yo with fresh raspberries. I love that they offer really small portions for people looking for a little treat.
Maoz is definitely my favorite fast food chain. Do you have a chain restaurant that you love, or an item at a chain restaurant that you crave?