Taziki’s opens newest location in Bessemer, 11th in Birmingham area

Taziki’s open their Bessemer location, the 11th restaurant in the Birmingham area (Bessemer Chamber of Commerce)

Birmingham-based Taziki’s Mediterranean Café opened its newest location in Bessemer, Alabama earlier this month..

On December 13th, the Bessemer Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon -cutting at the site of the restaurant which is located at 4859 Promenade Parkway,near Target and the Bessemer Premiere 14 Promenade.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring our fresh Mediterranean fare to the McCalla and Bessemer area,” Taziki’s Founder and Chief Development Officer Keith Richards told the national publication QSR Magazine. “We’ve been serving Birmingham and surrounding areas for over 24 years, and we’re looking forward to serving more people throughout Alabama and continuing to make deep connections with them.”

11th Site in Birmingham Area

Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe
(Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe/Facebook)

The Bessemer location is the 11th in the Greater Birmingham area and 20th statewide. As reported by The Bama Buzz, earlier in the year, Taziki’s opened its 100th location nationwide. They have storefronts in 18 different states.

Details About the Bessemer Site

Here are the hours at the Bessemer location:

Location:  4859 Promenade Parkway in Bessemer 

Monday through Saturday – 11:00AM to 9:00PM

Sunday – 11:00Am to 8:00PM

For more information, visit tazikis.com and follow Taziki’s on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

What’s your favorite item on the Taziki’s menu? Founded in Birmingham 24 years ago, tell us your favorite memory about this Birmingham original by tagging us at @bhamnow

Pat Byington
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