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Tripoli Restaurant

Enter this Atlantic Avenue landmark, and you’ll swear you’re skimming the southern shores of ancient Lebanon. Maybe that’s a stretch, but an impressive mural of Tripoli’s coast bedecks the spacious interior of this Lebanese eatery, established back in 1973. Tripoli Restaurant is commendable for its “coussa b’leban,” or squash stuffed with ground lamb, rice and pine nuts, cooked in a yogurt sauce with mint, and its “seleck b’loubia,” or black-eyed peas and celery with sauteed onions, garlic and coriander. Dessert options include baklava and milk pudding. Tripoli’s downstairs room is available for private parties. Open Wednesday through Monday for lunch and dinner. Closed Tuesdays.

Where: 156 Atlantic Ave. at Clinton Street
Tel: (718) 596–5800
How much: Entrees: $9–$16.
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Updated Jan. 31, 2012
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