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Carthage Halal Food
Carthage Halal Food

The name of a city that was burned and razed more than 2,000 years ago is not one I ever expected to see on a going concern. The food, which at a glance seemed no different from that of many other halal carts, is not specific to the proprietor's homeland, he confirmed. (I didn't try it; not oversalted, let's hope.)

"Carthage," the cart man explained, is an homage to the ancient city, which in his home country (You've named it, yes?) is still a point of pride. Indeed, a dining buddy informed me, a suburb of the current capital shares the name. The styling of that capital "C" evokes the flag that flies above it.

Carthage Halal Food
Guy R. Brewer Blvd. near Liberty Ave., Jamaica, Queens

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