Where Antiquing and Lebanese Food Meet
A civil-war-era house converted to a restaurant, Mona cooks Lebanese food fresh every day--all made with love and precision. The house is filled with antiques, linens and lace. Stop in for a quick lunch or order catering for a party of 300. Mona is the ultimate host -- quick to laugh and concerned that you get exactly what you want. If you haven't eaten Lebanese food, it's not spicy -- lemon and garlic bring out the flavors. Most food is cooked with olive oil so it's healthy, delicious and good for vegetarians and even vegans. Mona makes many gluten-free items. In the summer, the screen porch is open for fresh-air dining. Semi-private rooms are available for a quiet, romantic experience. English and Arabic are spoken. Prices are very reasonable. You won't forget the warm atmosphere and friendly service.