We decided to skip the tacos and instead focus on the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern options. We wanted to start with something light and cool, and the "Village Snacks: Simple, Humble, Delicious" heading on the menu caught our attention. First we ordered the moujadara ($6), a combination of warm brown lentils and rice with onions and seasonings that came with a shredded cabbage and cucumber salad with a lemon vinaigrette. It was hardly snack size—more like a small, hearty, filling entrée. (Those humble villagers must all be sturdy.) Next up was the labneh with za'atar ($6). The thick, cold, full-fat strained yogurt was brimming with olive oil, herbs, and sesame seeds and was served with crostini. It was good on a hot day, especially if you like sumac, and it would have been even better with a beer. Two other village snacks, the "fool" with fava beans ($6) and something called a "peasant classic"—dried crushed wheat cooked in tomato sauce with a side salad ($6)—will definitely be sampled next time around. They would pair well with the kefta ($10), a seasoned Mediterranean minced beef that we've enjoyed previously.