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Mezze and the Bruery team up for dinner on Feb. 22

February 7, 2012 |  9:00 am

MicahChef Micah Wexler of Mezze, the contemporary Mediterranean eatery that opened last March on North La Cienega Boulevard, is collaborating with longtime friend Ben Weiss of the Bruery for a four-course meal with beer pairings on Feb. 22.

Mezze's signature small plates, which incorporate flavors from Lebanon, Syria, Morocco and Turkey, will be complemented with the Bruery's suds -- not to mention new, limited edition brews.

Anticipate dishes such as baby yellowtail crudo with pomegranate gremolata; duck gallantine with pistachio and medjool dates; Tunisian fish stew with spiced tomato jus; veal dumplings with beer broth and ras al hanout (a Moroccan spice blend); and a black and Indian lime pie.

Seating is limited -- only 50 tickets are being sold at $85 per person.

401 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 657-4103, mezzela.com.

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Photo: Micah Wexler. Credit: Mezzela.com

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