San Diego’s Mezé Greek Fusion Cuisine
Although its namesake may mean “small plates,” Mezé Greek Fusion delivers anything but a small experience. The variety and versatility of the Greek islands are felt in more than just the cuisine of Mezé – they inform the very core of what it means to be a guest.Tourists can enjoy the open-air sky-high ceilings of the full bar and chic lounge.
A couple out in the Gaslamp for weekend brunch can take in the city from the sidewalk patio. A group of 120 conventioneers are limited only by their imagination on the third floor private mezzanine and bar. Locals looking for great late night food and drinks can rest assured knowing that Mezé has them covered.
Vegetarian, gluten-free, and unabashed carnivore alike can comfortably sit side-by-side in one of the two private rooms and
know that they are all about to have the best meal of their lives.
Brothers Raymond and Patrick Davoudi and Aleko Achitpes, are just as much a part of Mezé
as the whole crew, together yelling “OPA!” as one of Mezé’s signature saganakis is lit on fire tableside.
These are the owners and creators of this unparalleled Gaslamp Venue.