We are Lebanese Americans and it is hard to find good Lebanese dining out. We ordered the mezze plate and it was great! The kibbeh had a hint of cinnamon to it which made it all that better. The hommus was served smooth with Zeit; and whole chick peas. I just wish authentic pita or syrian bread was served vs the thick bread that came with it. Also go labne and it was served correctly with zeit and zataar spice. Falafel was great and even had a little spice to it. The one thing I would say is that servers should know a little more about the wine menu. He poured us the glass of Ksara (we have been to Ksara vineyard before in Zahleh, Lebanon); and he didnt know much if anything about the wines. The pour was also 1/2 of what a standard glass should be. For $12 a glass it should have been double the size, especially where the entire bottle cost $14. Cozy atmosphere.
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