Lavash in Brooklyn?
When I lived in Moscow 10 yrs ago we used to have regularly lavash, from either an Armenian or Azeri baker. It wasn't thin like some of the supemarket stuff I have bought (and also liked) here, but whit e & about a 1/2 inch thick & lightly salted -- where can I buy it fresh in Brooklyn? Maybe I could make it myself?
google any uzbeki place - here in queens in my neigborhood there are dozens of russian delis selling these round breads that are baked in a bee hive tandoori style oven.
from time to time we also have bakeries making and selling them but they don't seem to stay in business for too long.
Brighton beach in brooklyn is a known russian neigborhood and worth a trip to check out the vast variety of foods - you are sure to find the bread there. I think you need the tandoor oven to cook it properly so home baking is not realistic
the damascuius bakery on atlantic avenue sells fresh lavosh bread that is quite thin and you can roll up for sandwiches (like tortillas but different shape and flavor) but I think you are talking about a more "bread and crust" like product.
here they tend to sprinkle on these dark seeds that remind me of old fashioned rye bread.