New York Magazine

The Other Mediterranean Diet

Hearty Albanian comfort food and celebrity sightings in the East Village.
Dua Kafe

I WOULD LOVE IT IF Action Bronson would come by to eat,” says Bobian Demce, the owner of Dua Kafe, a tiny stronghold of Albanian food and culture on the southern fringes of Stuyvesant Town. “That would be perfect.” Actually, what would be perfect would be if Bronson, a.k.a. Mr. Baklava, came by, tucked in, and then signed the photograph of himself that’s hanging on the restaurant’s wall of fame near Kosovar singer Tayna (“She was just here,” says Demce, pointing to an empty table) and Ava Max (“She’s like the Albanian-American Lady Gaga”). Demce, you see, has

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