At the Cedars of Lebanon, cuisine from Lebanon, Morocco, Israel and Armenia is complemented by super service and even a private Moroccan room with floor seating for those looking for an exotic dining experience. But, of course, The Cedars is really all about Raffi, the outgoing host and owner, who welcomes customers as if they are members of his family. At lunchtime, the meza appetizer combos are popular, as are the gyro sandwiches, falafel, kebabs and Greek salads. In the evening, Moroccan specialties like luscious and savory pastilla, lamb tangine, Berber couscous and moussaka appear, along with the chef’s tantalizing beef chawarma. And don’t fail to try the Egyptian katayef for dessert. Bonus: Belly dancers make their moves on the weekends!