I love Lebanese food.
There used to be a place called Cedar's back in the day down on Federal and Alameda-ish. My family and I seemed to go there quite a bit back when I was little. It was one of my more vivid memories of going out to eat. I remember the hummus, a huge fish tank they used to have and the belly dancer that would occasionally be there. Sadly they closed it.
The other day Pierre and Abe gave my dad a call... they opened up a new restaurant! It's over on Dry Creek and University and called Shawarma Mediterranean Grill
This time though it's the fast casual type. The focus is on the shawarma, and don't call it a gyro.
If you decide to check this place out, don't go during lunch time. It's packed with highschool kids and the line is out the door.
The hummus was just as I remembered it, the shawarma was tasty as ever and the falafels were cooked perfectly.
That is all I have to say. Why don't you go lay by the bay and make things out of clay, what do you say?