Looking for Treasures in the Sand?

This will be a sparkling evening of performances by belly dancers from throughout the Hampton Roads area.

This buffet dinner-show promises to be magical Menu

Early bird tickets are only $16 or $14 for groups of six or more. Hurry because this price changes on September 11

Bring the kids for their own night of entertainment for $5 each: pizza and plenty of activities!  Children attending the show will pay regular price.




Traditional Muhammara (Syrian Hot Pepper Dip)

This is a traditional pepper dip from Aleppo, Syria. It is quite popular in eastern Mediterranean dishes, especially Turkey. Made from roasted red peppers and crushed walnuts, it is a little sweet and a little spicy.


This is the Lebanese version of cream cheese, a lot tastier than the American version. Drizzled with olive oil, it is served with Mediterranean olives.


One of the most popular appetizers, this smooth blend of chick peas, tahini (sesame paste) and cumin is sure to satisfy.

*all are served with pita bread


Middle Eastern Vegetable salad

A delightful mix of scallions, tomatoes, cucumber, chickpeas, herbs and feta cheese. It’s light and lemony!

Entrée  (Please choose one when purchasing ticket.)

Falafel with tzatziki

Falafel is a popular street food in many Middle Eastern communities. Chick peas, garlic, onion, parsley and spices make these fried treats moist in the middle and crispy on the outside. Served with tabbouleh made with parsley, mint, bulgar, and lemon.

Chicken OR Beef Kebab

You can’t have a middle eastern dinner without kebabs! You may choose between chicken or beef. Kebabs will be marinated with a mixture of garlic, ginger, oil and spices and served with tabbouleh made with parsley, mint, bulgar, and lemon.



Delicate sheets of pastry are layered with honey, walnuts and pistachios. There’s no better way to end the perfect meal!


Ice tea and water

Handmade souvenir wine glasses will be available for purchase.

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