Eat & DrinkSan Francisco

Maoz: Not Just For Vegetarians

Updated: Jan 29, 2012 09:30
The Bay's best newsletter for underground events & news

Maoz is (sort of) a chain, but there’s only one in the Bay Area. I love the simple concept: they only sell pitas, falafel, and fries. And sure, I wouldn’t call it “authentic” Mediterranean food, but it is damn tasty.

So why even mention Maoz? The best thing about it is the unlimited toppings bar. For a reasonable price, you can get a basic pita but load it up with stuff like chick pea salad, slaw, cucumber salad, beets, tahini, and lots of others. Even more hungry? Get just a “falafel salad” and they give you a huge container to load up the extras, and you’ll be full for a while.  It’s hard to get such a large meal for around $5.

Maoz is located in Berkeley, but it’s in the busy Telegraph Avenue district, so it’s worth the trip. Afterwards you can browse used CDs at Amoeba or Rasputin, and talk with some of the most interesting people.

Maoz Vegetarian
2395 Telegraph Ave, corner of Channing and Telegraph


Previous post

FREE Civil War Reenactment

Next post

Thirty Bucks: Fluid Yoga

Robin Hardwick - Cost-Conscious Connoisseur

Robin Hardwick - Cost-Conscious Connoisseur

Robin was raised in the shopping malls of suburban Long Island, New York. As a teenager, her life goals were to become a writer and marry Bret Michaels. After attending college at the University of Delaware (yes, in the state of Delaware) and earning a graduate degree educationl at NYU, she's achieved only one of those goals. Along with writing, Robin enjoys performing improv comedy, internet memes, cross-stitch, and showing off her alarmingly extensive knowledge of obscure pop culture trivia. Currently, Robin resides in Oakland, CA and is writing a book about the 1980s teen book series, Sweet Valley High.