Cuisine: Middle Eastern and Mediterranean choices made daily in-house from fresh ingredients.
Owner: Oded Rauvenpoor
Price range: $3-$9
Dishes to try: Shawarma wrap (seasoned shaved chicken with hummus, lettuce, tomato and tahini), $9; falafel wrap (fried chickpea fritters with tahini, hummus, lettuce and tomato), $9; three sister…
The days of museum restaurants being overpriced, gourmet eateries or bland cafeterias are over. Buffalo’s cultural attractions boast affordable and creative food options, ranging from table service to grab-and-go.
So, if you find yourself staring down a painting of food while your stomach grumbles, devour some food along with the art. You may even find yourself dining n…
When Israeli restaurateur Oded Rauvenpoor laid out his plans for OR by Falafel Bar, his new restaurant, he spoke passionately about offering customers a broader slice of the Middle East's flavors.
But what I was really looking forward to was the bread. Fresh pita bread elevates everything it touches, from hummus to kabobs.
On March 2, Rauvenpoor and his fiancee Keri …
Falafel Bar has taken over Fables Café in the Central Library, expanding its hours and broadening its menu with Mediterranean, vegan and gluten-free offerings.
Oded Rauvenpoor, the Israeli chef-owner of Falafel Bar, 3047 Sheridan Drive, Amherst, is also expanding the hours of the café, at 1 Lafayette Square. It’ll be open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for now, including Saturday.