Kous Kous’s intense Moroccan flavors mingle with colorful, genuine décor to give patrons a dining experience that's as genuine as the athletic abilities of Bo Jackson. Served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the lunch menu boasts a spicied-up array of meaty and flesh-free appetizers, sandwiches, and a pared-down selection of tagines (slow-roasted Moroccan stews, $6–$10) and brochettes (grilled meat skewers, $7–$9). Rappel down the sheet-draped ceiling after 5 p.m. to enjoy the dinner menu, which features a stewy slew of main-course tagines, including veggie ($14), ground-beef-stuffed tomato and bell pepper ($17), and lamb shank ($20). Diners preferring their food served a la stick can opt for a brochette skewered with chicken ($16), beef ($21), or shrimp ($17). Each tender concoction is served with your choice of whole-wheat couscous with garbanzo beans or garlic-herb mashed potatoes and can be paired with a selection of Moroccan wines and beers, in addition to local San Diego brews.