My husband and I dined at Open Sesame on a Friday night. Reservations seem essential as this place gets busy. It is not a huge space. There is covered outdoor seating with a heater and a small bar area. The restaurant gets packed after 8 p.m., making it difficult to maneuver and the tables are situated close together. The food was fantastic. Everyone enjoyed their dishes. The standouts were the combo plate (filet mignon, shrimp, and lamb), Lebanese pizza, Kafka kabob, and chicken tawook. The wine list is small and a bit pricey for wine by the glass. The chocolate lava cake was delicious and decadent. Overall, a great dining experience.