Photo by Troy Fields

Cafe Pita +

Photo by Joanna O'Leary
In case you're not familiar with Bosnian food, it's a fusion of Turkish, Greek and Italian cuisines. If this tiny, hole-in-the-wall place is always busy, it's because of the inexpensive and excellent food. Specials include the lamb shank, fried anchovies with a sweet red pepper sauce, brown bean soup and the cevap, a sausage sandwich. Everything is served with lepinja bread, which is a cross between pita and an English muffin.