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The World on Your Plate

Lowell’s population is a rich ethnic stew—and so are its eateries. In the mill city, bright and fragrant lemon grass lives alongside rich, potato-packed pierogis, and the powerful spices of Indian curries simmer a few blocks from middle eastern falafel. With each new ethnic group calling Lowell home, the palette broadens. Here is just a small sample of Lowell’s cross-cultural culinary delights.