Maoz Vegetarian

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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.

Maoz

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

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.

Maoz Vegetarian Falafel

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.

falafel toppings

They need to make the pita pocket bigger. Smile

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?

Maoz falafel

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.

Pinkberry

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?

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  1. Jean | Delightful Repast’s avatar

    I’ve never tried most of the chains, but I like Cheesecake Factory and California Pizza Kitchen.

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  2. Michelle’s avatar

    I go to DC a few times a year and I’ll have to keep Maoz in mind for a quick bite to eat!

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  3. Sadra’s avatar

    I love Maoz! I eat there at least once a month in Paris, and I am
    far from being vegetarian. The sandwiches are cheap and delicious like you said, and a great alternative to other falafels that are far to big for one person. So happy to know they’re in the states! Hope you get one near you soon!

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  4. Roxan’s avatar

    I LOVE Maoz! I went to one in Amsterdam… two meals in a row. I wish they would open one in Los Angeles, I’d go every day!

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  5. MelissaNibbles’s avatar

    Never been to DC so I haven’t tried this place. I like Subway. OH NO!

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    1. traveleatlove’s avatar

      I LOVE Subway veggie subs! I only wish they would let me behind the counter so I can add all of my own toppings!

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    2. Elizabeth’s avatar

      I’ve been to Maoz in NY once. I definitely love the topping buffet and the tastes and textures.

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    3. Katie R.’s avatar

      Love Love Love Maoz. Nice to see your post on them. I know MVO and I have emailed them countless times to open a location in Boston and they have replied saying Boston is on their list. I think if people bug them enough, it’ll happen ;)

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    4. alicia’s avatar

      I totally get cravings for popeye’s fried chicken. I know, I know. But its so dang good.

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    5. Charlene’s avatar

      Yay I’m excited to have won! :)

      I used to live & work in NYC (for 7 years after college!) and I’m very familiar with Maoz! I love their food and really wish they’d come to Boston!

      If you like Indian food, there’s also a good place that is a global chain (I’ve been to their location in Singapore too) called Saravan Bhavan. It’s really tasty and the price is right (I should caveat by saying it’s all vegetarian food).

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