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Mezeh Mediterranean Grill Coming To Midtown Row

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WILLIAMSBURG—Mezeh Mediterranean Grill recently signed a lease to become a member of Midtown Row. The new restaurant will occupy a ground-floor retail space in Building Four near Marshalls.

Mezeh is a fast-casual Mediterranean concept offering food bowls, flatbread wraps, and pita pockets with customizable topping and proteins. The restaurant is expected to open in the fall of this year.

“We’re very excited to be opening our first location in Williamsburg,” said Saleh Mohamadi, Mezeh’s CEO. “It’s such a friendly place, and the college town atmosphere is a great fit for Mezeh.”

Mezeh is known for its made-from-scratch ingredients that are produced in-house daily. Its “Make-Your-Own-Bowl” option is the most popular menu item. The restaurant is considered unique because of its bold flavors and variety of toppings, such as falafel, lamb, chicken and steak shawarma, hummus flavors, and other Mediterranean-based choices.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Mezeh to Midtown Row,” said Michael Jacoby, CEO of Broad Street Realty. “Their fresh and healthy menu in a fast-casual format will be a great addition to the growing tenant lineup and a new option in town for residents, members of the community, and tourists alike.”

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