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Culture Food Mediterranean restaurant to open in Sundance Square

Mediterranean restaurant to open in Sundance Square

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Gyro, falafel, grilled meats and other Mediterranean dishes are on their way to Sundance Square.

Istanbul Grill, a popular Mediterranean restaurant in Arlington, will open a second location at Sundance Square in February. The restaurant will be located on the first floor of The Cassidy Building at 401 Throckmorton St.

“We like to bring new restaurants to Sundance Square that gives visitors the option to choose from a wide variety of cuisine,” said Johnny Campbell, President and CEO of Sundance Square. “Istanbul Grill has a great following and an incredible menu. People will fall in love with the food and ambiance of this restaurant.”

Items on the menu include lentil soup, hummus, lamb as well as a selection of grilled chicken, beef and seafood.


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