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Sharing: The Thread that Binds a Guest Experience at Figue Mediterranean

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Figue Mediterranean, La Quinta, California is anew restaurant featuring the best in French, Spanish, Italian, Moroccan, Lebanese cuisine

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  1. 1. It is said, the Mediterranean Ends Where the Greeks stopped planting Olive Trees… From the gracious reception welcoming you to Figue through the last, lingering bite of a seductive dessert, ‘sharing’ is the thread that unites the Figue experience. The sofa we enjoy unique cocktails on, the shared quartinos of wine to complement the array of enticing aromas served with loving detail on colorful small plates, to the long sharing tables where we can make new friends and taste the cuisine of the azure waters of the Mediterranean. Figue is the place for sharing. The menu of Figue is the story of the Mediterranean. It is the shared history of conquest, immigration and exploration, each wave bringing far off ingredients, cooking techniques and a cultural melding of the peoples. Savor sensations inspired by the ancient Romans who shared the art of salting and curing meats and fish, to the Moors who spread the habit of sharing many small dishes to the modern cuisines of France, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Greece and the Middle East. Each culture shared their knowledge, wisdom and cultural preferences to create the world’s first fusion cuisine. Figue: Where the Olive Trees end and the Tradition lives on!

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