Delicious Meze, Lebanese Arak and an Unbeatable View in Nazareth

A new Nazareth restaurant draws on Arab cuisine from the old Levant, but adds some contemporary interpretations

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The bright marble table starts to fill up with meze: falafel balls, made of 75 percent ful (fava beans), typical of the southern Levant, and 25 percent hummus (chickpeas); small, delicate dumplings known as...