When Americans think of Mediterranean cuisine, what most often comes to mind is not-so-authentic Italian food, maybe with a bit of influence from Spain, Southern France or Greece. But more and more these days restaurateurs are looking a bit farther east for inspiration. “The Eastern Mediterranean I think holds such a new experience for so many diners,” says Dallas chef-restaurateur Stephan Pyles, whose newest restaurant, Samar, devotes a whole section of its menu to the region. ...

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