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On a rapidly gentrifying Alphabet City block, two Egyptian brothers have carved out their own North African niche and accessorized it with Moroccan tile, glowing lanterns, and a weatherproofed garden. A Moroccan chef oversees a menu of assorted tajines and couscous, and meze like grilled octopus. Linger long enough to smoke a hookah and admire the belly dancer.Live DJ
Daily, 10 p.m.—4 a.m.; belly dancing starts at 9 p.m. every night except Sunday
Sun.—Thu., 6 p.m.—1 a.m.; Fri.—Sat., 6 p.m.— 2 a.m.
Meze plate, $19 (serves two); merguez sausage, $7; vegetable tagine, $16; fish tagine, $16; chicken abu nawash, $19; couscous paella, $18.
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