One thing we've learned in all the years of running our restaurant is that no two guests are the same. We can customize the dining experience for anyone who walks through our doors.
You're the reason we put forth our best each and every day. But we don't stop there. We also value local farms, choosing to purchase everything from produce, meats, and cheeses from our ever-expanding network of family-owned farms. These fine folks are committed to sustainable methods of raising food and animals. Our vision for the future is one that realizes the shortest distance between the farm and the wholesome food we serve on your plate. To that end, our mission is simple: Disdain the expeditious in favor of the delicious. We think it's a winning formula, and we hope you agree.
Shishka Leabanese Grill was established by two brothers Walid and Gus Zabib in 2011 . The Zabib family is originally from the city of Beirut in Lebanon. When they came to the United States, they found that there were only a few Middle Eastern restaurants around, but hardly any of them were really that good. Zabib’s family decided to open a restaurant where you could get a good home-cooked Lebanese meal the way Mom used to make. With our complete menu, you can feast on all the old favorites.
Enjoy hummus that is light, smooth, and rich with flavors of garlic and premium olive oil. A baba ghanouj that takes on a smoky flavor, labneh, and lamb prepared every which way, as well as more provocative dishes, such as lamb sausage, stuffed grape leaves, and elaborate hot vegetable combinations, prepared by an attentive kitchen.
Shishka Grill is a great place to dine with prices that are just right.
This is hearty, feel-good fare, fun food to dip into with slices of Middle Eastern bread from the constantly replenished basket on the table. Although plenty of singles dine here, the Tripoli is a natural for large, informal parties of communal eaters.