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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Pavlo's Kouzina - Step Inside!

244 Washington Street - Across from Richdale near the Courthouse

I could be the last one to this party, but I just discovered Pavlo's Kouzina. Yeah, yeah, I've driven by it a million times. I always wonder what it looks like on the inside, but it wasn't until today that I finally discovered this gem of a lunch location.


Fairly standard fare with your normal assortment of wraps, sandwiches, salads, and soups. They had a Thanksgiving sandwich on special today and I believe some clam chowder.  I always like to test my Greek sub shops (of which there have to be five million in Lynn) out by getting a version of a kabob something or other. I went with a kabob wrap. Fantastic! Nicely packed with feta, lettuce, tomato, chicken, and fantastic greek dressing. It was delicious.

I can only hope that their breakfast is as good as their lunch. I'm hearing amazing things about his steak sub omelet. Only open until 12 on Saturday which will make it tough for us yuppies to get out of bed in time, but I'm certainly going to try.

Check out Pavlo's Kouzina on Facebook to see pictures of the interior, the food, and the staff.

4 comments:

  1. I've been curious to check it out for breakfast, but this non-yuppie gets up late, too.

    A later brunch or "breakfast all day" attracts a younger crowd that I'd think we'd want downtown. Tatiana's is 3pm, which I think is the latest, but I don't think enough people know..

    I have not eaten at ANY of the breakfast places that close or stop serving breakfast by 11am on weekends. I likely never will.

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  2. agreed Seth. Later bar hours, later brunch hours. They'll get it someday.

    Now to the real problem with your comment:

    Let's see are you not young, urban, or professional seth? I know you don't like labels, but come on. Unless teachers aren't professionals, you're a yuppie.  ;-P

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  3. But if yuppie also means monied, certain styles or other things..not sure I do qualify. Teachers are professionals, but in my case I think the similarity stops there. :)

    i always saw yuppies as young suburbanites in McMansions.. maybe our definitions just differ..

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  4. You're taking the U out of yuppie. :-)  In any case, yuppie and/or whatever mediaseth is, if you had a good urban Friday night, we are in bed at 12 on a Saturday. :-) So point taken.

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