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MezzeMe’s Second Location Debuts on the Drag Today

The menu for the Mediterranean restaurant focuses on customizable bowls and pitas

A bowl from MezzeMe
A bowl from MezzeMe
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant MezzeMe Turkish Kitchen opened its second location on the Drag today, Monday, September 30 at 2530 Guadalupe Street.

The menu for the campus restaurant, much like the original Austin location in the Triangle, focuses on customizable meals using pitas, wraps, grains, or salads, plus proteins like beef/lamb doner, kabobs, falafels, vegetables, etc. Then there are mezzes, aka appetizers, like hummus, roasted carrot yogurt, harissa, spicy tabouli, and more. For sires, there are items like lamb kibbeh, lentil soup, Turkish pizza, and truffle feta friesThere’s also Turkish wine, as well as beer, coffee, tea, and sodas.

MezzeMe’s campus hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. This new MezzeMe notable took over one of the shuttered locations of Daphne’s Mediterranean (which had been Noon which had been Verts). It’s also worth noting that just a block away is a location of the similar D.C.-based fast-casual chain Cava.

Owner Mahmud Ugur, who is Turkish, opened the first MezzeMe in 2017.

Inside MezzeMe on campus
Inside MezzeMe on campus
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4700 West Guadalupe Street, , TX 78751 (512) 900-8200 Visit Website

MezzeMe Turkish Kitchen [Campus]

2530 Guadalupe Street, Austin, Texas 78705 Visit Website