Taziki’s Mediterranean Café

There’s a new option for delicious healthy dining in Plano. Taziki’s Mediterranean Café opens its doors to the public on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 11am.

The Taziki’s concept focuses on food that is as wholesome as it is tasty, and it’s served fast! Nestled among so many corporate headquarters in north Plano, it stands to be the ideal spot to grab a quick lunch. But with a picturesque patio, complete with twinkling cafe lights overhead, it might also be the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine or beer over a hearty family dinner.

Grilled Lamb Gyro with Taziki Sauce and Tomato Cucumber Salad
Taziki’s Greek Salad with Grilled Chicken
Spicy Pimiento Cheese dip with pita triangles

Taziki’s offers classic Mediterranean entrees, such as Lamb Gyro, a Tomato Basil Sandwich and  Greek salad. Vegetarians will happily have plenty to choose from. We also think the zesty Pimiento Cheese appetizer, served with soft pita triangles, is not to be missed.

Married couple JW and Olivia Mulkin own the Plano location, located at the sparkling new Village 121 development near the corner of 121 and Preston Road, as well as the Southlake Taziki’s location which opened in 2014.

Taziki’s Plano owners, JW and Olvia Mulkin

The Southlake location has found great success by supporting the local community, such as hiring special needs students and working closely with local schools and parent-teacher organizations to donate food for teacher appreciation luncheons and fundraising events.

A donation will be made at the Plano location’s ribbon cutting on the morning of Oct. 25 to the Dallas Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), an organization that is the leading diabetes foundation funding T1D research.

Taziki’s Plano will be open Mon-Sat 11am-9pm and Sun 11a-8pm. “We’re excited to become a part of the Plano community,” said JW Mulkin.

The picturesque patio at Taziki’s Plano
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