This modern temple of Southern Mediterranean–inspired fare made its menu to-go only and added a Family Meal of the Week, an $85 meze-style spread for four (think Spanish, Moroccan, Turkish, Italian, or Greek shareable plates, plus dessert). Just one or two dining? The main menu has a plethora of small and large plates. Order this to go: We can’t resist the earthy French lentils with muhammara, a creamy red pepper–walnut spread. Lebanese okra, stewed with tomatoes, shallots, and coriander, exemplifies the kitchen’s deftness with produce (vegetarians eat well here). Indulge carnivorous cravings with Ibérico pork, four succulent cuts of the most flavorful pork we’ve had (from Spain’s famous Ibérico pigs), with two zesty sauces and herb-flecked orzo. Pro tip: Wonderful Mediterranean wines are attractively priced.

Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.