Edy’s Grocer is a Lebanese deli, but you don’t have to be low on hummus or muhammara to love this place. This laid-back, pastel-colored Greenpoint spot has a takeout window where you can pick up things like labneh toast, shakshuka, and coffee to-go during the week, or you can stop by for a weekend brunch involving things like fresh man’oush (a doughy flatbread topped with za’atar, vegetables, and sometimes cheese) or a kale pesto grilled cheese. If you want to stay up to date on the latest pop-ups, menu changes, and weekend specials here, follow their Instagram.
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