Sandwiches and Salads at Maoz Vegetarian (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Cooks work to use local ingredients for pitas laden with falafel & eggplant or salads piled high with fixings from unlimited salad bar

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 9th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for alcohol. Not valid for catering. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $5 for $10 worth of sandwiches and salads
  • $10 for $20 worth of sandwiches and salads for two

Pitas cradle falafel patties ($5.25), fried eggplant ($5.85), and house-made baba gannouj ($1 extra), which diners can bury in unlimited fixings from a salad bar. See the full menu.

Maoz Vegetarian

Carrying a pita, a diner approaches a salad bar brimming with pickled condiments, crunchy vegetables, and sauces. Without paying or even speaking to someone behind the counter, the diner lifts the spoon and festoons the pita with a pile of fresh toppings, ready to start the meal anew. At most restaurants, this could get you kicked out, but at Maoz, it’s not only overlooked, it’s encouraged. After choosing from such vegetarian and vegan-friendly options as gluten-free falafel and fried eggplant, pita wraps or salads head to the stainless-steel salad bar. Belgian fries—a thick-cut, lightly battered version of their french cousins—and mounds of sweet-potato fries complement sandwiches and salads along with green-chili sauce, mayo, and salsa for dipping and boosting the self-esteem of napkins.

While feasting at Maoz, part of a chain of restaurants founded in Amsterdam two decades ago, diners sit on benches at long, shared tables that emulate the communal lunch joints of old, Mirroring the eatery’s fresh, stylish food, the interior at Maoz features green tiled walls and steel fixtures illuminated by hanging lamps and baby pictures of supernovas.

Maoz Vegetarian

Carrying a pita, a diner approaches a toppings bar brimming with pickled condiments, crunchy vegetables, and sauces. Without paying or even speaking to someone behind the counter, the diner lifts the spoon and festoons the pita with a pile of fresh toppings, ready to start the meal anew. At most restaurants, this could get you kicked out, but at Maoz, it’s not only overlooked, but also encouraged. After choosing from such vegetarian and vegan-friendly options as gluten-free falafel and fried eggplant, pita wraps or salads head to the single-visit salad bar. Belgian fries—a thick-cut, lightly battered version of their french cousins—and mounds of sweet-potato fries complement sandwiches and salads along with green-chili sauce, mayo, and salsa for dipping and boosting the self-esteem of napkins.

While feasting, diners sit atop benches at long, shared tables that emulate the communal lunch joints of old in the unabashedly modern chain of restaurants, founded in Amsterdam two decades ago. Mirroring the eatery’s fresh, stylish food, the interior at Maoz features green tiled walls and steel fixtures illuminated by hanging lamps and baby pictures of supernovas.

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  • Austin (1296.5 miles)

    4601 N Lamar Blvd.

    Suite 506A

    Austin, Texas 78751

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