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Enjoy lunch from two King Street restaurants, Verde and Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe.
The desire to bring a much needed, quick-service and healthy dining option to Charleston grew so strong, there was only one thing to do: bring Verde to life.
Verde is green, inside and out. They serve up fresh ingredients in compostable bowls, and recycle whatever possible. It’s the goal to serve food, people, and the community in a way that’s good for all.
Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe
A long-awaited trip to Greece in 1997 should have been a relaxing getaway for Taziki’s founders Keith and Amy Richards. Instead, as they satisfied their souls with servings of flaky spanakopita, stuffed gyros, and olives so delicious they’d make you cry, they became inspired. As the perfect excuse to continue their love affair with Greek food, they brought the idea for Taziki’s home… plus a few stuffed grape leaves, for the long trip. A vision materialized in their hearts and minds of a place somewhere between the tasty Mediterranean markets and their mothers’ kitchens, where simple ingredients and imaginative recipes would come together for a refreshing and original experience.
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