Due to their dietary restrictions, vegetarians all too often miss out on the hallowed tradition of eating lunch with coworkers and talking about the coworkers who aren't there. Today's deal gives herbivores and herbivoyeurs a fast, healthy lunchtime option the whole office can enjoy: for $3, you get $6 worth of fresh vegetarian cuisine at Maoz Vegetarian in Hoboken.
Maoz’s pita stuffers are famous for serving up fresh, Mediterranean-inspired fare that's free of meat but loaded with flavor. The prided falafel—a home-baked pita bread filled with crispy, handmade balls of chickpeas, fresh spices, and vegetables ($5.25)—lends itself perfectly to leisurely lunchtime eat-and-ambles through nearby parks and spies' homes. In addition to three free veggie accouterments and two slathered sauces, customers can build on sandwich bases with a splash of hummus, eggplant, baba gannouj, avocado, and more ($0.75–$1 each).
Round out a midday feast with an order of belgian fries and handcrafted sauce ($3.25), a side salad ($3.75), sweet-potato fries ($3.75), or seasonal soup ($3.75–$4.75) before bullying sensitive citrus into weeping a glass of fresh-squeezed orange tears.