Sahadi’s Is NYC’s Favorite Middle Eastern Market | Legendary Eats

Sahadi’s, a 122-year-old market, serves fresh Middle Eastern cuisine and other specialties in Brooklyn. People seek it out for hummus, dried fruit, and freshly roasted nuts. The Sahadis rely on family living in the Middle East to source many of the local Syrian products that are shipped by boat and sold in the store today. They work to source these ingredients despite political turmoil in the region. Insider’s Taryn Varricchio visited Sahadi’s to see what makes this market a New Yorker’s choice for the best Middle Eastern products in the city.

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Sahadi’s Is NYC’s Favorite Middle Eastern Market | Legendary Eats