Mezze: Arabian Nights

Mezze: Arabian Nights

And so when Mezze opened in West Hollywood in March 2011, in the spot formerly home to David Myers’ Michelin-starred Sona, modern Middle Eastern is what the pair served. Still, Wexler defines Mezze as a Californian restaurant. The flavors of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Israel and Morocco guide his efforts, but like most great New American cooking, there’s a playfulness and fluidity here that keeps the food from being defined as traditional in any way. In other words, you won’t find hummus on the menu. Read the story.


And so when Mezze opened in West Hollywood in March 2011, in the spot formerly home to David Myers’ Michelin-starred Sona, modern Middle Eastern is what the pair served. Still, Wexler defines Mezze as a Californian restaurant. The flavors of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Israel and Morocco guide his efforts, but like most great New American cooking, there’s a playfulness and fluidity here that keeps the food from being defined as traditional in any way. In other words, you won’t find hummus on the menu. Read the story.
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