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That sounds interesting. So many new things popping up - I was a little let down to see a discount candy, magazine variety store opening next to the old falafel place on Austin Street. Kind of does not go with the current vibe of stores.
Good point. It will be interesting to see how that shop does.
No offense, but I'm still waiting for the neighborhood to do domestic and more mainstream cuisines better. So a new Middle Eastern restaurant? Big whoop.
It depends what type of Middle Eastern restaurant we are talking about. Another falafel restaurant, I agree with you, big whoop. But a nice, sit-down Middle Eastern restaurant like Rectangles in Manhattan (http://www.rectanglesrestaurant.com/menu.htm), that would be a different story, a great addition to our neighborhood.