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THE GET DOWN
Hasiba is really a hummus bar. I know, so LA right? Except here at Hasiba you won’t find the eclectic décor, the crazy loud music blaring, the picture perfect instagramable wallpaper or tiled floor that you hoped to set your plate on to capture the perfect photo. Nope.
Hasiba is a bare boned, friendly staffed, no fuss type of place. One communal table is what they have, along with ledges all around, and this is all that Hasiba needs.
From the owners of Lodge bread, Hasiba takes the art of eating hummus to a whole different level. The first time in, you will definitely want to work your way through the entire hummus menu. I mean duh, Hasiba is a hummuseria of course. And there are only 4 to choose from.
The wild mushrooms and marinated eggplant is something you won’t be able to duplicate if you tried. The tots however, will probably be more than pleased with the classic hummus and freshly bake pitas. Hasibas’s shakshouka is composed beautifully with stewed tomatoes, sweet peppers and chili. You won’t ever look at your usual fried eggs for breakfast the same. And for something a little hardier, the Sabich would the move.
Hasiba is the kind of place you’ll want to pop in often. Whether you’re picking up lunch, dinner, or a hummus app to bring to a party, the clean, fresh beautiful ingredients of this hummuseria will make your visit memorable.
*Hasiba does observe Shabatt, so check their website for hours as they close early on Fridays and are also closed on Saturdays.
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Hummus and fresh pita
Homies, Domestic Imports
Phone: (424) 302-0225
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For those with little
runners & screamers:
Here, you can forget the fact that it’s your rambunctious child that’s screaming and STILL enjoy most of your meal.
Not promoted, but you should take the chance:
If your toddler is at the stage when an iPad or some other colorful distraction can be used for an un-interrupted 20 minutes, then go for it.
Uh-uh, NO WAY, don’t even think about it!:
I don’t care how cute your toddler is. Pop your head in… turn around… walk away. PERIOD.
No contained area:
A place you cannot leave your toddler alone, not even for a second.
Enclosed, but space is tight:
If YOU can’t fit between the tables then you know you couldn’t catch your toddler if they tried – this isn’t Norm’s.
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