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Hidden gems of Thiensville: Falafel Guys

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Thiensville is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisc. with a population of 3,150. Although what some people might not realize is that Thiensville is filled with small businesses with intriguing stories and interesting backgrounds — this series will cover such hidden gems nestled in this quaint town.

Week two: This week features an interview with Chrissy Stroll. She is the co-owner of Falafel guys, a restaurant and food truck in Thiensville. Her restaurant features classic Israeli food and other Middle Eastern dishes.

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