We see Laziz beyond a restaurant - it's gathering space of acceptance, good food, and love.
Modern Lebanese Cuisine
America is a melting pot of cultures, food, languages, and just about any kind of characteristics you can imagine. It's a kitchen sink of flavors, and we think its damn beautiful. When Derek and I decided to open up Laziz we were very conscious of where we are, and where we came from. While we serve a lot of traditional Lebanese dishes and flavors, we also serve a variety of foods and plates that we personally enjoy, a reflection of our likes and our community. Our beliefs, our values, our love for Salt Lake City and beyond is all present not just in our food, but our design, our team, and our customers. For that, we are thankful.
We see Laziz beyond a restaurant - it's gathering space of acceptance, good food, and love. We are proudly queer, we hire refugees, and we have an open arm policy to anyone that walks through our doors. And above all, we value the right to not only eat in a place that you love, but work in a place that you love. This is the communal strength of kitchens - they serve as a building block for our community. It's around the proverbial kitchen table that we share our most intimate stories, where we foster a sense of belonging, where connections of trust are built.
We're honored that you've gathered around our table.