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

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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