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Restaurant Etiquette: Cell Phones

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The sound of conversation in restaurants these days sound quite different than in the past. Now we hear the click clack of texting and the buzzing or beeping of texts being received. Where cellphones once posed a nuisance as people chatted loudly into them during meals, they now present a whole new set of etiquette […]

Start off Your Summer Break with a Celebration

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With temperatures rising outside, it’s time to take the summer break celebrations indoors. Paymon’s hookah lounge offers a modern entertaining environment in an intimate setting. So don’t let the heat get you down, and make sure you visit Paymon’s Hookah Lounge.   From Local Nights and a daily happy hour, Paymon’s has the best celebration […]

Stuffed Grape Leaves – Food of the Gods!

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Stuffed Grape Leaves
Ask someone from Greece for the origin of dolmas (stuffed grape leaves), and they will tell you that they were served atop Mount Olympus along with ambrosia and nectar. And although you see references to Greek, Lebanese, Turkish, and other areas of the world, nothing consistently distinguishes one from the other. It is clear, however, […]

3 Ways to Get to Know Your Coworkers during Happy Hour

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An office is a place most people build friendships in—and it could be your only friends. You are bound to make friendships with people you spend almost 90 percent of your time in the week. Coworker bonding often happens in the breakroom, but the walls of the workplace confine you to express yourself. Let your […]

What’s the Difference between Baba Ganoush and Hummus?

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We love dipping our pita chips and bread in them, but they always seem to confuse us due to their texture. These two Mediterranean dishes are ideal vegetarian sides and just plain delicious before a meal. We are talking about the almost similar hummus and baba ganoush, the two dips who often get confused for […]

Tips for Working with Phyllo Dough

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Phyllo is a favorite pastry for making any number of Mediterranean dishes, from spanakopita, aka spinach pie and delicious baklava we serve at Paymon’s to meat pies and Greek custard-filled pastries. These pre-made, paper-thin sheets of phyllo dough elevate dishes to new textural levels, however, working with the tissue-like dough can sometimes get tricky. Here […]