Moona is a Mediterranean small-plates restaurant, which inevitably means your server will recommend “three to four plates per person.” The mezze dishes are solid, though on the pricier side. An order of lamb kebobs, for instance, will set you back $26 but comes with just two skewers, and you’ll have to shell out $55 for a whole grilled fish. If you heed the server’s advice, you could be approaching the hourly salary of Kyrie Irving, a topic nobody really wants to think about.
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