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Noon Mediterranean

2530 Guadalupe St., 512/215-9589
Hours: Sun.–Wed., 11am–10pm; Thu.-Sat., 11am-midnight

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Formerly know as Verts Kebap, this Austin-based national chain offers a build-your-own experience with a variety of bases (including pita, kale, and quinoa) and proteins (including spicy lamb meatball, falafel, and halloumi), plus toppings and sauces.

Other Locations

Noon Mediterranean, 2438 W. Anderson
Noon Mediterranean, 6301 W. Parmer Ln. Ste. 204
Noon Mediterranean, 200 University Blvd., Ste. 600, Round Rock
Noon Mediterranean, 1801 E. 51st St., Ste. C-300
Noon Mediterranean, 1920 E. Riverside Dr., Ste. E-110
Noon Mediterranean, 500 Canyon Ridge, Ste. L400
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