Low couches and pillows set the tone. Foods are a combo of Lebanese, Greek and Moroccan. The menu offers green salads, hummus and falafel. Try the Moroccan chicken and lamb kebabs. The Turkish coffee is brewed fresh, and there's outdoor seating in season.
Owner Riyad Albaroki also owns Casablanca Restaurant, so he has decorated Ali Baba similarly—sans belly dancers—with couches, pillows, sofa-high tables and wall tapestries. But Ali Baba is totally a la carte. Vegetarians are well served here, with mujadara (rice and lentils), falafel wraps, and carrot or eggplant salad.
Casual. Lunch and dinner.