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Mezza Restaurant Review: Family matriarch Liza Bitar is responsible for the cooking at this Lebanese bistro. Her son, Jason, owns the establishment and brings a warm hospitality to the dining room. Dinner is the best time to dine as that's when the widest range of mezze are available. We suggest the stuffed grape leaves and the aromatic cilantro-garlic fries. Shwarma, a dish of tender, sliced marinated beef topped with tahini, is paired with a crisp green salad. There are numerous vegetarian mezze, many of which are vegan and based on legumes. Finish with a Lebanese classic: date ma'amoul, a date-stuffed semolina pastry that pairs well with coffee. Or try any of several house-made ice creams, such as the mocha with caramelized hazelnuts. Mezza's wine list isn't extensive, but the focus on Lebanese wines makes it special. Château Kefraya, for instance, is available, and the rosé goes with nearly everything on the menu.