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Prism

The menu at Prism is upscale Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food - think squash-bundled crab on wild rice or white fish with dates and labneh. There’s also an over-200-bottle wine list with options from Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, all of which are available by the glass and a surprising number of which cost around $12. There are plenty of places in the city for special occasions but Prism is the best and offers the most value for your money whether you choose the six, seven, or eight-course meal or the Prism Social, where you can share the full eight-course menu between two people.

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