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Byblos Market Restaurant Review: With its red checkered tablecloths and colorful tiled floor, Byblos Market is reminiscent of a corner grocery. While it may not be a place to sit and linger, it allows you to fit a good, hot lunch into your schedule. The aroma alone will convince you that you’ve found the right spot, as meat sizzles on spits, just waiting to be carved for a kebab or sandwich. Rotisserie chicken is blasted with Middle Eastern spices. Lebanese staples include stuffed grape leaves and tabbouleh, the market's impossibly moist chicken shwarma, and salads as garlicky as they are fresh. After you dine, browse the aisles stocked with such imported goods as Greek wine, yerba matte tea, ghee and pine nuts, and you might just find yourself circling back to the deli to enjoy Middle Eastern pastries with a serious Italian-style espresso.