Roughly translated, Mediterranean means half earth, which explains all of the quicksand traps and alligator attacks. Attack back with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of authentic Mediterranean fare at Hedary's in Fort Worth.
Hedary's serves up authentic Lebanese cuisine made from recipes passed down over multiple generations in the Hedary family. Guests are welcome to stop by for lunch and enjoy the buffet ($9.95) or peruse the lunch menu for authentic delicacies such as traditional rib eye beef and chicken shish kabobs ($10.95) or Hedary's specialty Sujuk, a hot beef sausage bathed in lemon juice ($8.95). Dinner patrons can scratch-and-sniff the dinner menu, replete with authentic smells, or fully satisfy stomachs with entrees such as chicken frarej baked with potatoes and ripe tomatoes ($15.50) or shrimp and sujuk, shrimp and carrots served with Hedary's own hot beef sausage and sautéed with olive oil and lemon juice ($15.95). All dishes are served with a side of khubz bread, freshly baked in pure visibility in the open-air kitchen and transported from the oven straight to the table.
Opened in 1976, Hedary's has served authentic Lebonese dishes to the Dallas-area community for more than three decades. As a young boy in Beirut, Lebanon, Antoine Hedary was inspired to learn his craft from his grandmother, the way King Arthur and all great apprentices were. Eventually Antoine's father passed along the family recipes and techniques to him, and he in turn to his nine children, all of whom have grown into the family business.