A Major Home Improvement for Henry’s House of Coffee in San Francisco https://t.co/x3LNXKsvDB
Henry Kalebjian bought the shop when it was an Armenian deli in 1983. (For more on the history, see our pre-renovation feature on Henry’s HoC .) Those deli roots are reflected in the cafe’s new food program, which includes pita bread spread with olive oil and za’atar, a spice blend of sumac, thyme and sesame. Kalebjian said his family would eat it on Sundays before church. Here it’s a “za’atar brunch” with lebneh, a tangy Lebanese yogurt, mint, thyme, Aleppo pepper and kalamata olives ($9).