Industry City is lucky to have Sahadi’s. In fact, we’re all lucky to have Sahadi’s. So go ahead and find the nearest CVS, buy a few nice cards, and send them to Sahadi’s. Once you’re done, stop by this Middle Eastern grocery store for some fresh hummus, a few slices of halvah, or a wrap filled with grilled halloumi. This place makes most grocery stores look lazy, and it even has a small wine bar where you can take a break if you get tired shopping.
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When you can’t find what you’re looking for at big chain grocery stores, head to the 29 spots on this guide.
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