This modern North African supper club, which offers live cirque performances along with prix-fixe dinners on weekends, makes a fun, chill refuge for a meal with friends come weekdays. Drinks however are a priority here all week long; and not unlike their ace cocktails, Palestinian plus Moroccan wines pair perfectly with the food. The staff is incredibly warm and helpful, offering lots of suggestions for newbies to the cuisine.
Can’t-miss dishes include the decadent duck confit bastilla, dusted with powdered sugar and fresh microgreens; as well as tender saffron chicken tajine, studded with brothy onions, slivers of preserved lemon and Castelvetrano olives. Flaky baklava, paired with a creamy scoop of pistachio gelato, makes for a decadent ending.