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Kabob Cafe

Kabob Cafe is a cozy Persian and Mediterranean restaurant that opened on November 2009. It is owned and operated by a Persian family that treats you as we would our own.

Based on 116 Reviews
BiBi Bakery

Persian-style bakery and kitchen. Serving up a variety of breads, pizzas and desserts including cookies, custom cakes, and desserts.

Kasra Persian Grill

Dine, take out or delivery, it’s entirely up to you! We bring you authentic and flavorful Persian dishes for your gastronomic pleasure

Based on 1120 Reviews
Yasini Jewelers

Yasini Jewelers specializes in a wide range of jewelry products imported from all over the world. We carry 18k, 21k & 22 Karat gold jewelry, along with certified diamonds, diamond jewelry, colored stones and watches

Based on 4 Reviews

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November 6, 2021
What Are the Busiest Periods in the Restaurant Business?
What Are the Busiest Periods in the Restaurant Business?

There are certain times of the year and definitely certain times of the day that are much busier for kitchen staff than other times. These of course can vary depending on where you are located and what type of restaurant you run.

By FarsiDirectory
May 31, 2020
Guide to Buying Persian Rugs and Persian Carpets
Guide to Buying Persian Rugs and Persian Carpets

Choosing an authentic Persian rug or carpet is not that easy, Before actually involving in the process of buying/owning Persian rugs and Persian carpets one has to be aware of the basics of an original Persian-rug or carpet.

By John Atoz White
May 23, 2020
All You Need to Know about Persian Language
All You Need to Know about Persian Language

Persian - or Farsi - is spoken in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Afghanistan (Dari), and Tajikistan (Tajiki). Later, people in Iran started using the Arabized form of the second name (“Pārsī”), which was pronounced “fārsi”.

By RUBEN NIKOGHOSYAN

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