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Inside the 'Nicest Place in America,' a refugee-owned falafel shop in Tennessee
by Catherine Thorbecke
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11 October 2018
On 11 October 2018 Good Morning America reported:
A falafel restaurant opened by a Syrian refugee in Tennessee has become a pillar in his community, and a gathering place for people from all backgrounds and walks of life to come together over food. Yassin's Falafel House in Knoxville was the winner of this year's Reader's Digest Nicest Place in America accolade. The sign posted at the entrance to Terou's restaurant reads: 'All sizes, all colors, all ages, all sexes, all cultures, all religions, all types, all beliefs, all people, safe here at Yassin's Falafel House.'
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