Ya hala means “welcome” in Lebanon, and guests surely are welcomed here. The menu lists a variety of interesting and more traditional hot and cold mezzas (appetizers), as well as kebabs and such entrées as lamb, eggplant casserole and kafta. Desserts are tasty. Beverages include Lebanese wine and distinctive nonalcoholic drinks. Those who don't come early for dinner on weekends can expect a wait. Try their Lebanese brunch.
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