This Capitol Hill home of Middle Eastern food takes form in a design-intensive conversion of an old garage and focuses on “deeply rooted home-style Iranian, Lebanese, and Syrian dishes,” plus “Beiruti mana'eesh and street foods.”
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Average per-person check:
lahm bi ajine with minced lamb, Aleppo pepper, parsley, pomegranate molasses and herb salad; muhammara with walnuts, pepper paste, pomegranate and cumin; khoresh with lamb shank, mushroom, charred onion, garlic, saffron, parsley and saffron infused basmati rice.
What people come for:
“progressive Middle Eastern inspired cocktails, visuals and sounds”
1508 Melrose Ave.