We’re sure you’ve heard the news - it’s the future now, and in the New World Order, all plates of food are meant to be shared. At some places, that caveat seems like an afterthought or a gimmick, but at Open Sesame, a traditional Lebanese spot in Beverly Grove, all of the dishes are large, and designed to be split. And with a low corkage fee, you can bring your own bottle of wine. Whether or not you choose to split it is up to you.
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