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It’s a rare restaurant that offers all-American fried-chicken dinners as well as a full array of Middle Eastern favorites such as gyros, lamb kebabs and stuffed Cornish game hens. Congenial restaurateur Jehad Selah pulls it off in a building that looks like a riverboat outside and a Costco inside. His dinner prices are enticing, and those deep-fried chicken dinners (complete with potatoes, beans and fat cinnamon rolls) and his chicken-fried steak and cheeseburgers are surprisingly good. The Middle Eastern fare – hummus, baba ghanoush, falafel and kebabs – is excellent, too. Sunday brunch is served in a retrofitted sports car — Charles Ferruzza

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Price: $$

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: casual


Entertainment: Sunday night jazz 5 to 8:30pm, Wednesday night retro music 5:30 to 9pm


Extra Info: designated smoking area

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