Madcapra wraps a bit more of Brooklyn into flatbread with falafel

Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold reviews the Madcapra stand at Grand Central Market.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 27, 2015
Madcapra, my friend Gillian insists, is not a falafel stand. And in several respects I may even agree. Its chefs, Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson, come to Madcapra from Glasserie, a well-regarded restaurant in a gloriously inconvenient corner of...
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