Decades before hummus became as American a condiment as guacamole or salsa, the Oriental Bakery & Grocery was serving the chickpea tahini treat in South Florida. The Middle Eastern market off Coral Way goes at least as far back as 1954 (though one of the store's workers believes a version of the business began in 1939). Past the aisles of za'atar and jarred olives is a lunch counter serving food prepared onsite. You can have the hummus generously dabbed onto a falafel or shawarma sandwich, but it is flavorful enough that you will demand to take home a container of hummus to spread on loaves of bread or use as a dip for chips or carrot sticks. Made fresh every day, it sells for $6.99 a pound. You'd be wise to take them up on a sprinkling of olive oil and paprika on top.