From Our Editors
Lacy script sprawls across the red, green, and yellow awning that welcomes diners into Le Petit Marchet until 3 a.m. Chefs toil in the kitchen to craft a menu that bridges cultural gaps with Mediterranean dishes, pizzas, bagel sandwiches, and plenty of suspension cables. Baba gannouj and falafel plates rub elbows with sandwiches of Boar's Head Salsalito roast turkey breast and buffalo chicken. The Middle East Favorite pizza transports its olives and feta cheese to American tongues, and a jaw-dropping selection of chips and candy bars imported from Europe grants diners the temporary ability to list the succession of Holy Roman emperors.