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Paul Sebert/For The Herald-Dispatch 

Let's Eat serves up a one-of-a-kind wrap called a "Naanada," which is served on Indian naan bread.

One of the unique lunch spots in town, Let's Eat serves up a one-of-a-kind wrap called a "Naanada," which is served on Indian naan bread.

Owner Janet McCormick operated a restaurant called The Tea Room Cafe in Proctorville, Ohio, before establishing Let's Eat in 2012. Since opening, McCormick has also become something of a local TV fixture with weekly appearances on WSAZ's "First Look at Four." While Let's Eat is primarily known for catering, it serves up lunch Mondays through Fridays.

"Our Naanadas are a kind of a cross between an Italian piada and a Greek gyro but served on naan bread. I do three different sauces for the different Naanadas. There's an Italian sauce, a Greek and a pesto," McCormick explained.

The names are all tied to buildings around Huntington. Let's Eat features "The Frederick," which has roasted chicken; the "Keith" has steak; "The Prichard" has ham and salami, while "The Morris" has caramelized broccoli plus seasonal veggies. They are all $6.99.

For $7.50 there's "The Carnegie," which has smoked salmon. For those who enjoy a more traditional sandwich there's "The Heritage," which is also priced at $6.99 and features chicken salad served on a croissant.

Customers can cool off with a fruit-infused water or home-brewed iced tea. There is a combination special that includes a Naanada, a side along with a drink for $10.99.

Any sandwich or wrap can be turned into a bowl without bread for customers on low-carb diets and special dietary needs.

"We have salads. There's a spinach salad, the Athena Greek salad and pasta salad. In the fall months, I usually do a salad that incorporates a sort of pumpkin spice vinaigrette and fresh apples. When the weather gets colder, we usually offer a couple of different soups," McCormick said.

"When I first came here, I didn't think people would order sides because our wraps are so large. They actually sell very well. We also offer bread pudding for dessert, which was a favorite at the Tea Room Cafe."

Side items include homemade olive tapenade hummus, pasta salad and broccoli cheddar soup.

Let's Eat is located at Heritage Station at 210 11th St. #3 in Huntington. It is open for lunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cash and all major credit cards are accepted.

For a full catering menu, visit them online at http://www.letseathuntington.com. You can also follow them on Facebook for weekly specials at https://www.facebook.com/LetsEatHuntington/. For carry-out order or to inquire about catering, call 304-523-7631.

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