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Thanksgiving dinner: New Taziki's to have drive-through

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We have a little more information on Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe's plans to open a new location in the Grove Plaza at the Gateway Town Center at Interstate 30 and I-430: Stephanie Keet, a spokesperson for the restaurant, said the new Taziki’s will be the first of the Little Rock locations to have a drive-through.

Keet said the restaurant should open in November, just before Thanksgiving, with seating for 100 inside and on a patio. The fast casual eatery — you order at a counter and prep time is around seven minutes — has locations on Cantrell Road and Chenal Parkway in Little Rock, the McCain Mall in North Little Rock, and other outlets in Conway, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Tulsa and other cities. 

Keet said a favorite dish among Little Rock’s Taziki fans is the grilled salmon. In 2015, the Arkansas-founded chain was the first franchise to be designated as REAL (Responsible Epicurean and Agricultural Leadership) Certified for its fresh ingredients and healthy menu. Jim Keet is CEO.

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