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Taziki's Mediterranean coming to McCain Mall

Posted By on Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 10:43 AM

A new location of Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe will be coming to McCain Mall in North Little Rock in early Fall, the mall announced today. A press release says it'll be located next to the Regal McCain 12 movie theater, and will feature an outdoor patio.

Taziki's, started in Little Rock by businessman Jim Keet, has locations in nine states, and their website says they have seven more out-of-state locations coming soon.  Hit the jump for the full press release on the McCain Mall location. You can also check out a full menu at their website. 

Taziki’s Mediterranean Café will open for shoppers this fall

North Little Rock, Ark. (April 24, 2014) — McCain Mall announces today that Taziki’s Mediterranean Café, an award-winning local restaurant group, has broken ground and will open for shoppers and guests in early fall.

Taziki’s is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in innovative dishes using wholesome, fresh ingredients and flavors. Located in nine states, Taziki’s provides a family-friendly atmosphere with Mediterranean inspiration. Taziki’s offers a variety of menu items including grilled salmon and vegetables, ciabatta bread and several gluten-free options. Popular dishes include Mediterranean Salad with Roasted Chicken, Herb-Roasted Pork Loin, Grilled Gyros with famous Taziki sauce, and a combination of meat and veggie gyros, sandwiches and salads, all made fresh-to-order.

“My sons, Tommy and Jake, have worked hard to build a solid family owned business in Central Arkansas. We pride ourselves in serving delicious food with a friendly staff in a casual atmosphere and have consistently been recognized as the best in casual dining,” said Jim Keet, President and CEO of Taziki’s. “We look forward to serving guests from North Little Rock and across the state that come to McCain Mall for their shopping needs.”

Taziki’s will be conveniently located next to the Regal McCain Mall Stadium 12 & RPX for shoppers to enjoy dinner and movie, and will feature a spacious outdoor patio and casual atmosphere. For more information on Taziki’s, visit www.tazikiscafe.com.

“We are so excited to welcome this popular and delicious restaurant to our mall,” said Melissa Griffith, marketing and business development director for McCain Mall. “Taziki’s offers a great variety of menu items, has a fun atmosphere and will be a great addition to our dining options here at McCain Mall.”

In addition to Taziki’s, McCain Mall continues to grow. The mall recently welcomed Windsor, a chic women’s boutique that carries a variety of formal and casual dresses for all occasions, including prom and formalwear. Windsor also offers the latest trends in clothing, shoes, accessories and more. Windsor opened late March and is located near Sunglass Hut and American Eagle on the upper level. For more information on Windsor, visit www.windsorstore.com.

Zumiez opened on April 12 and is located on the lower level near Buckle. The Seattle-based retailer offers cutting edge clothing, accessories and footwear for guys, girls and kids, along with styles and performance gear for those who love to skateboard and snowboard. For more information on Zumiez, please visit www.zumiez.com.

For all the latest news happening at McCain Mall, visit www.Simon.com/mall/McCain-Mall or www.Facebook.com/McCainMall.

About Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe
Taziki’s is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the national dining trends which continue to emerge as customers choose the “fast casual” restaurants. Taziki’s goal is simple…to be the premiere, “fresh casual” restaurant chain in America. The company has received national acclaim as one of the top emerging brands in the fast casual dining segment, particularly in the Mediterranean space.

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