This bakery/market has been operating on Coral Way since the '50s. They carry Syrian, Greek, Armenian, and more Middle Eastern foods and baked goods. They've also got snacks, hookahs, and a small restaurant smack in the middle of the place where you can eat shawarma, falafel, and kibbeh.
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