This casual Middle Eastern spot is comfortable and homey but still has style, with music, plants, ivy, and exposed-stone walls. The menu is perfect for grazing and excellent sharing options include the mouhamara (pomegranate and walnuts), sabanegh (spinach and onions), fattouche (a salad with pita chips and mint), and yalandji (vine leaves stuffed with rice, chickpeas, walnuts, and tomatoes). There are Armenian dishes, too, like the salad with cumin and flefle (hot peppers). Delicious kebabs dominate the main courses, though the grilled shrimp is also something of a specialty. Weeknights, when the tasting menu is available, are especially busy.