Lebanese in Lemoyne

Mezza Café is a quaint Lebanese restaurant in Lemoyne. Located in the corner of a small shopping center, you will find a restaurant rich in atmosphere with Mediterranean music in the background and the smells of traditional spices.


Their dishes are good portions and are heavy on Mediterranean spices. Some of the dishes bring out the spiciness and will make you sweat. They offer salads, sandwiches and regional entrées. Every dish is packed with flavor. Suggestions to try are the Shish Tawook for an entrée. For sandwiches, try the Shawarma Halal or the Shawarma Klovo.

They make a unique baklava with walnuts that is not as sweet as you might get at a Greek restaurant. Take a chance and try it with their traditional Lebanese coffee which is unfiltered and quite strong. Remember not to drink the grounds!

Mezza café is BYOB and they are happy to open a bottle of wine. It is also a hooka lounge and offers belly dancing nights once a month. Nice atmosphere, good food, and good service makes this restaurant a must visit this summer.

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