Daily Bread Pinecrest: Middle Eastern Fare at a Time of Turmoil
Daily Bread Pinecrest is just as good. Since 1978, this market, bakery, and eatery has been the spot in P-Crest to buy a tub of tzaziki, fresh pita chips, a hookah, or any of the spot's Middle Eastern fare.
Among Short Order's favorites are the parsley-heavy tabbouleh ($7.99), flavorful marinated chicken platters ($7.99), excellent falafel (a platter is $7.99, sandwich goes for $5.99), and gyro pita pockets ($5.99) dripping with tahini and salad garnishes.
Also superb are the pastries -- all very sweet -- which are drenched with butter and honey. It's a lunch/counter service type of joint, but if you're not a fan of take-out, no worries. They've recently extended their once minuscule eating area, with only a few sparse tables, to a full-fledged dining room complete with a colorful mural and booths that have plenty of room for a massive lamb kafta kebab platter ($7.95)