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Internationally Acclaimed Miznon Now Open In Deep Ellum

Michelin star and celebrity chef Eyal Shani debuts first Texas restaurant

Deep Ellum is now home to Miznon, a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant from celebrity chef Eyal Shani. Located at 2639 Main St., the newly reconstructed restaurant features an outdoor front patio with seating that overlooks the vibrant streets of Deep Ellum.

Miznon Dallas is one of five locations in the United States and the 18th restaurant worldwide. Cities home to Miznon include Dallas, as well as Paris, Vienna, Melbourne, Singapore, Las Vegas, London and New York City.  

“What better city than Dallas to bring and cultivate the essence of the pita to such a dynamic and progressive metroplex filled with energy, diversity and warmth,” said Miznon Founder and Head Chef Eyal Shani. “We’ve crafted a unique experience that celebrates the vibrant culture of Deep Ellum while creating a sense of community and happiness through Mediterranean cuisine and the Miznon experience.”

Fan favorite pita dishes include a variety of unique menu options, priced starting at $15. The exclusive menu item at Miznon Dallas only is the Bone-in Pita with slow-cooked lamb spare rib stew glazed with sweet grapes, tahini, chili, onion and pickles for $21.

Additional items from the renowned worldwide menu include: the Folded Cheeseburger with ground beef, cheddar, aioli, sour cream, tomato, pickles, for $16; the Candy Steak with seared overnight brisket, aioli, mustard, pickles, tomato and red onion for $18; and the Rib Eye Minute Steak with tahini, tomato salsa, pickles, tomato, spicy green peppers for $19.50. 

“I became a huge fan of Miznon after visiting the Tel Aviv location years ago, and being a Dallas native, I knew this was a culinary concept missing from the local food scene,” said Miznon Dallas Owner Jude Akpunku. “There is truly nothing like the quality and freshness of the food. I am excited for Dallas to partake in the unique dining experience at Miznon.”

Miznon Dallas will be open Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. until midnight and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m. and closed on Monday. The Mediterranean restaurant will offer a brunch, dinner and late night menu. 

Miznon will continue to expand to other cities and suburbs in Dallas-Fort Worth with the second location expected to open later this year in North Texas.