Wolf and Bear’s has a special place in my heart.
Their first cart was a short walk from my house, in a gravel lot that’s now — you guessed it — glass-fronted apartments or condos.
Luckily, that’s not the end of the story. That little cart has turned into two locations turning out falafel sandwiches with caramelized onion and eggplant, which I think we can agree the world needs a little more of.
In addition to falafel sandwiches, Wolf and Bear’s offers sabich, an Iraqi-Jewish traditional breakfast featuring hummus, amba (mango pickle purée), sliced hard boiled egg, grilled eggplant, diced onion, cucumber & pickles, freshly cracked pepper, parsley and salad greens topped with tahini sauce & olive oil on a warm pita. Why have I never gotten this? BRB, examining my life choices.
Everything’s vegetarian (NICE) and specify vegan if needed. Salads are available if you’re gluten-free, including the Gomasio: Home made gomasio (toasted sesame, sea salt and nori), red peppers, red onions, shredded beet and carrot, raisins on mesclun greens with house tahini sauce. Oh, I’d eat the heck out of that.
Ask for vegan if you don’t want yogurt, etc.