If food is culture and politics, then today's deal is a diplomatic amen to cuisine that originates from the first country to recognize the United States as a free state: Morocco. With today's deal, Pasha Lounge, a Kentlands-based Moroccan restaurant praised by the Washington Post, is offering up $30 worth of food and drink for just $15. From the belly dancing to the husband-wife team operating the dining room and kitchen, this family-style eatery is an authentic import of that fabled stretch of North Africa. Enjoy the stewed lamb chunk with a house blend of spices and herbs, all topped with roasted almonds and raisins. Pasha is also famous for its kebabs, marinated in spices, fresh herbs, or citrus. At 50% off, culinary freedom is yours.
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 29, 2011
$30 to Spend on Food and Drink
- from $15