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Rafael Hasid, a Tel Aviv native, named his newest restaurant in honor of his mother who still resides in Israel. At Miriam, Hasid offers contemporary Israeli cuisine, a global mix with culinary traditions from Eastern Europe to South America. Yet, in this light-colored space, the atmosphere is recognizably Middle Eastern, filled with elegant glass lamps that cast soft light on the diners. At Miriam, Hasid (who used to own Hill Diner in Cobble Hill) offers a Mediterranean salad with avocado and spring veggies wrapped in eggplant strips and topped with feta; moussaka; and chicken “shawarma,” accented with mango chutney and green tahini. For dessert, there is always the “malabi,” custard topped with rose syrup, pistachios and coconut flakes. Miriam offers a range of beer, wine and inventive cocktails, as well. Don’t miss out on the happy hour: beer, wine, and mezes (Middle-Eastern small plates) are half-the-price from 5:30pm- 8:00pm on weekdays, and 5-7 on Saturday and Sunday.

Hours Monday- Thursday 54:30pm- 10:00pm, Friday 5:30pm- 11:30pm, Saturday- Sunday Brunch 10:00am- 4:00pm, Saturday Dinner 5:00pm-11:30pm, Sunday Dinner 5:00pm- 10:00pm

Where: 79 Fifth Ave. at Prospect Place
Tel: (718) 622–2250
How much: Entrees: $14.50–$24.
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Updated Jan. 25, 2012
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