On this week's episode of The Morning After, Sari and Lesley are joined in the studio by Emily Seaman, chef at the forthcoming Dizengoff NYC. Like the original in Philadelphia, the restaurant will offer set meals of hummus, fresh-baked pita, salads, and pickles during the day. But unlike the original, Dizengoff NYC will also offer dinner. Bloomberg Business named Dizengoff’s opening in New York’s Chelsea Market as one of the 26 most exciting restaurant openings in the world this spring.
"You don't have to sit there and peel the skins off, I don't care what your Lebanese grandma said about peeling skins, but that's not necessary." [17:05] – Emily Seaman