City Pages: Generations of Lebanese cooking at Beirut Restaurant and Deli in West St. Paul

“The story of Beirut Restaurant and Deli is an immigrant story.

“(I)f you do nothing else at Beirut, order the monumental mezza platter for two, a $50 color wheel of just about everything the restaurant has to offer, served in smaller portions for sharing. It’s the way a Lebanese family would traditionally eat at a gathering, with plates of food coming and going, going and coming…'”

Source: Generations of Lebanese cooking at Beirut Restaurant and Deli in West St. Paul | City Pages

Author: Jeremy Iggers

Jeremy Iggers is a journalist, university instructor and social entrepreneur with interests that include food, philosophy and global-local connections. Previously, he was a staff writer for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and publisher of the Twin Cities Daily Planet. He lives in south Minneapolis with his wife Carol and two cats.