Housed in a renovated Haitian church on the Upper Eastside, Mina’s Mediterraneo is an upscale, neighborhood eatery with an approachable menu, straight from the Mediterranean. The menu covers the expanse of the Mediterranean and Middle East (obviously), and is representative of every region -- spanakopita, shakshouka, a Spanish tortilla, a Moroccan pizza, spaghetti bolognese, tagines, and the like. (The pizza section of the menu provides full coverage in itself.) Mina’s is also home to a light-strung garden in back, with a separate menu and live music. The craft cocktail program offers classics as well as those representative of the regional cuisine, with drinks like the Marakesh Cocktail (Moroccon mint tea, rye, and spiced pomegranate) and the Alexandrian Dusk (date-infused vodka, cane juice, and sandalwood syrup). For dessert: baklava.