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An Israeli street food restaurant will land in the Seaport later this year

Miznon will serve pitas, smashed baked potatoes, and more.

Pitas at Miznon
Pitas at Miznon Courtesy of Miznon

A fast-casual Israeli restaurant will expand into Boston this year.

Miznon, which already boasts locations in Paris, Vienna, Melbourne, Singapore, and New York City, will make its Seaport debut later this year, opening at 107 Seaport Blvd. next to Juice Press.

Founded in 2011, the chain’s menu was crafted by chef Eyal Shani, and focuses on Israeli street food. At Miznon, diners will find a medley of pita options, like the lavan pita stuffed with roasted cauliflower, tahini, salsa, and scallions, or the melting chickpeas pita featuring chickpeas, hard boiled egg, tahini, salsa, and spicy peppers. Those in search of meat-heavy dishes can order pitas stuffed with rotisserie chicken, lamb, and slow-cooked beef. Other entrées include the Run Over Potato, a smashed baked potato with sour cream, garlic, and scallions; the Intimate Plate with slow-cooked beef and roots stew, tahini, and chili peppers; and a whole roasted baby cauliflower — a signature Miznon dish. 

Run Over Potato at Miznon
Run Over Potato at Miznon. – Courtesy of Miznon

Beer and wine will be available following Miznon’s opening, as well as arak, a cloudy spirit made by extracting anise seeds in grape brandy. 

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At just over 2,600 square feet, the Seaport outpost will offer on-site dining, takeout, and delivery. Stay tuned for more information on an opening date and operating hours.

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