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FAQRA, Lebanon: Oenophiles and gourmands will soon have a new a new hearth to gather around: Fireplace Restaurant in Faqra, the brainchild of brothers Sami and Ramzi Ghosn, who own and manage the Massaya winery. Refined yet inviting, the venue is sure to be a hit for those seeking worthy wine and honest cuisine.Staying true to the Massaya legacy, however, wine is the keystone of the experience. A variety of Massaya wines are on hand, expressly paired with the dishes.While many of the restaurant's dishes are not traditionally Lebanese, most have a decided Mediterranean flair: Pomegranates garnish an endive salad while grilled quail is served with freekeh.All the plates were designed with Lebanese wine in mind. While the recipes may derive inspiration from disparate points on the globe, the restaurant, and indeed the entire Massaya operation, is something of an homage to ancient Lebanon.
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