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A fragrant mélange of garlic, curried lamb, and imported spices greets diners as soon as they arrive at Cedars of Lebanon Restaurant, giving them a brief introduction to the menu’s assortment of fragrant Middle Eastern spices. Inspired by the cuisines from Lebanon, Morocco, and Armenia, the chefs sear entire skewers of marinated chicken, roast tagines of curried lamb, and layer open-faced flatbreads with herbs and spices.
Moorish archways, Middle Eastern lanterns, and tapestry-lined walls blend with the aromatic cuisine to evoke the feeling of dining amid the warm breezes of the Mediterranean. On Friday and Saturday evenings, belly dancers weave throughout the dining room and the hookah lounge, dazzling patrons with undulating dance moves and an ongoing prank war with local hula dancers.