This New Haven mainstay satisfies Elm City resident’s cravings 365 days a year. While you’ll find Mamoun’s busy during the day, it’s also bustling at night, serving its famous falafel and shwarma pitas and platters until four in the morning. A falafel sandwich runs under $4, with a platter costing a little over $6. If you like things spicy, and I mean spicy, their hot sauce is tasty, tear inducing addition.
Mamoun's Falafel Restaurant
85 Howe St, New Haven, CT 06511
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