I was with a touring choir and we "invaded" Falafel St. Jacques; a very small restaurant with limited seating. Our tour bus pulled-up and we overcrowded the inside but the staff handled our orders effortlessly and we all found seating inside or outside of the restaurant. All the food was excellent; especially the eponymous falafel. The restaurant also had a number of baked goods including some extraordinary baklava imported from Israel. If I'm ever back in the area, it will be a definite stop for lunch.
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