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This breezy, fast-casual Middle Eastern joint inhabits a prominent corner of the Streets at SouthGlenn, serving up shawarma, kabobs and hummus to patrons passing through its line. Those diners then fill wooden tables in the dining room or, in the warm months, crowd the patio, spilling onto the streets. The spot's name comes from a Middle Eastern flatbread that is baked on a griddle over a wood fire. Since the place doesn't serve alcohol, it caters to a lunch crowd and an early-dinner crowd mostly made up of families. This location in Littleton is just the first; the owner opened it with the intention of expanding into a local chain.