Taziki’s is Closing the Disability Employment Gap

Taziki’s CEO, Dan Simpson, was featured in a podcast with Andrian Swinscoe on how Taziki’s is aiming to close the disability employment gap through our signature charity, The HOPE Project. He touches on steps being taken to enrich the customer experience and so much more! 


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Eudaimonia: Hear what Eudaimonia means, how Taziki’s brings this concept to life, and is improving customer experiences through hope and joy. 

Convenience: Learn how convenience has quickly become a top priority for customers above quality, and even price. 

Fresh Ingredients: Hear how Taziki’s aims to provide fresh, local ingredients to all of their customers by partnering with Cul2vate farms.

Employment: Learn more about what it would look like if every restaurant hired an employee with disabilities. Only 35% of people with disabilities are employed.

Want to dive deeper and hear more? Check it out here!

Staff Spotlight: Alex Garmezy

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Today, we want to highlight Alex Garmezy. He recently just joined our team as the new Director of Franchise Development, and we couldn’t be more excited to have him on board.

“My favorite part of working at Taziki's so far is the culture. We are all humans and meaningful connection between us is important to the soul. Taziki's creates a wonderful environment to spend time together and surround yourself with healthy food (my personal favorite is the Grilled Salmon Feast) and people that together build deeper and meaningful relationships. I enjoy the fact that every single employee embraces this mission. In my new role, it excites me to spread the culture across the country and work with entrepreneurs all over to expand this incredible business."

Help us welcome Alex!

Staff Spotlight: Frank Egan

Today's Taziki's Staff spotlight is on Frank Egan, one of our Franchise Consultants who has been a part of our team now for 4 years. 

What do you love the most about working at Taziki’s? 

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My favorite part about my job is that I love the people I get to work with. In my role, I am often in a different store weekly, if not daily. I have been able to create some meaningful connections with the people who help make Taziki’s the great company it is. The feeling you get when you walk into a store and the staff welcomes and treats you like family is something I look forward to every day. 

What is your go-to Taziki’s order? 

The Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin Feast is the best. The fresh rosemary, chopped garlic, olive oil, and Greek seasoning combined with the quality cut of Pork Tenderloin makes for one great and healthy meal. 

What is your favorite way to spend your free time? 

When I am not working, I like to do things that help me #livethegoodlife. This can include anything from getting in a workout or reading a book. Most of all, I enjoy spending time with my wife and daughter. Far too often, we get caught up in the day-to-day struggle and we do not take the time to really enjoy the people in our lives. Any time I get to spend with my two beautiful ladies is the best of times. 

We love having you apart of our team Frank - keep up the hard work!

National Gyro Day Winner 2019

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This year, our Taziki’s family held our 2nd annual “Gyros All Year” campaign to celebrate National Gyro Day on September 1st!

All of our gyro-loving friends took to our online portal and through our mobile app to order a Chicken Gyro for a chance to win FREE Chicken Gyros for an entire year! We were overwhelmed by the participation this year, and are excited to finally announce the lucky 2019 winner!

Help us congratulate one of our loyal customers, Phillip Guidry! Phillip has been dining with us for the past three years at our Mendenhall location in Memphis, TN.


When we asked Phillip what he loved about Taziki’s he said, “I love eating at Taziki’s because the food is always fresh and flavorful. My wife and I eat there several times a month and have enjoyed everything we’ve ever ordered.”  

Taziki’s has expanded technology capabilities for customers including app offerings, accessibility to ordering online as well as a new website. With the recent launch of TAZ Rewards, Taziki’s first-ever loyalty program, that works both in line and online through Taziki’s app, we’re saying “thank you” to the restaurant’s growing community of loyal guests. 

Cheers to you Phillip! We are excited for you to #livethegoodlife for an entire year. 

Thank you to all of our incredible guests for participating this year and we are already looking forward to celebrating with you again next year!

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So what is Eudaimonia? The Greeks use the word to describe human flourishing or living the good life. To me, it’s also the feeling you get in your heart when you’ve made someone happy, or provided hospitality without expecting anything in return. 

We live out Eudaimonia through our brand values at Taziki’s. My favorite value is Connection, because it symbolizes the way we treat our families and friends. Whether opening the door for our first guest of the day or delivering every Signature Pasta, eager to share something with them that makes them excited to devour, there are many ways to express Connection in our world. To me Eudaimonia expands our Taziki’s family through special employees with special abilities, because getting the opportunity to work (and work with them) is a blessing. 

Why do we do these things? It’s what we should do, and it is what makes our community a better place. Eudaimonia, to me, is helping others flourish through nourishment and togetherness -- and we hope that feeling lingers, so just maybe others will do the same.

3 Key Wedding Planning Tips

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Believe it or not, wedding planning is already in full-force for 2020! Before planning a wedding, it is important to sit down and decide what your top priorities are for your special day. The aspects that often set the mood for a wedding are a beautiful bride, craft cocktails, swanky tablescapes, divine bites, a sweet slice of wedding cake, plus a firework send-off for the smitten couple. 

As you plan your perfect day, here are three things to help ensure you choose reliable vendors that can make your dream wedding come to life:


Keep in mind, practice always makes perfect when it comes to hiring a trustworthy vendor. The folks who have experience know the ins and outs of the business. A good sign that you have the right vendor is when they lead your discussions with pointed questions like, “Do you have an ideal timeline in mind for your wedding activities?” or “What is most important to you on your wedding day?” 

PRO TIP: Make sure to ask the vendor if they have a portfolio for you to see from their past events to see what they looked like.


Make sure you choose someone who is willing and able to communicate effectively. As you know, there will be a lot of information that needs to be communicated throughout the planning process, especially on the actual wedding day. Creating a streamlined communication process is essential to wedding day happiness. 

PRO TIP: Make sure you submit your final headcount to all of your vendors at least one week prior to your wedding day. Also, make sure your day-of coordinator has contact information for every vendor and has been introduced for smooth resolutions in case issues arise.


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Food might be the feature that matters the most at your event. People say your guests won’t remember everything from the wedding, but they will always remember what they ate. When taste testing, keep in mind how you want the dinner to be served (plated or buffet style), as well as any dietary restrictions. Is the appetite of your crowd big or small? Don’t forget to think through when and how the Bride and Groom want to be served. Choosing a vendor that can easily accommodate any of your needs will assure you have a crowd (and in-law) pleasing meal. 

Some statistics say brides spend up to 30% of their entire wedding budget on food. Let Taziki’s tackle one of the most important aspects of your wedding by setting up a preliminary phone consultation with your local Taziki’s catering specialist today!

Celebrate National Gyro Day with “Gyros All Year” Giveaway

We are once again we are celebrating National Gyro Day on Sunday, September 1st. One lucky customer will be selected to receive a free delicious chicken gyro each week for an entire year. Are you all as excited as we are? Here’s how you can enter this incredible giveaway. On National Gyro Day, customers that order a Gyro through our mobile app or online will be entered for a chance to win. The winner will be announced on our corporate Facebook, Instagram and blog pages on Tuesday, September 3rd.

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"Gyros are one of our most popular signature items at Taziki's," said Rachel Layton, Taziki’s Vice President of Marketing + Growth. "Last year this campaign was a huge success and we are looking forward to celebrating National Gyro Day again." 

All of our gyro entrees are hand-crafted each and every day and are served with chips and a choice of a healthy side including fresh-cut fruit, tomato-cucumber salad, pasta salad, roasted new potatoes or basmati rice. Our amazing food doesn’t start in our kitchens, it begins with the dedicated farmers who work hard every day to provide us with the freshest ingredients for our guests. 

Now, who’s excited? Grab a Chicken Gyro September 1st online and good luck!

Restaurants With Integrated and Optimized Technology

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Taziki’s CEO, Dan Simpson was interviewed for a feature in Food and Beverage Technology Review. Simpson shares some insights about technology in the restaurant industry! 


It has been 72 years since the disruption of the drive-thru, thanks to Red’s Giant Hamburg. It’s been 25 years since online pizza delivery hit the web, courtesy of Pizza Hut. Grubhub introduced an early online aggregator to the marketplace 15 years ago. It’s been 10 years since Square jumped into the credit card processing that led to a disruptive Point of Sale tablet, and it’s only been five years since UberEats made the convenience of delivery from nearly every restaurant a staple of society. Yes, a lot has happened, but it still seems that the restaurant industry is still playing catch up and still has a long way to go to achieve a fully integrated and optimized tech ecosystem. That said, there are some exciting enhancements head to recognize and observe. 

Want to read more about Simpson’s take on customer-facing technology? You can read that here.

Featured in Garden & Gun


Southern Hospitality Meets
Mediterranean Flavor

Southerners are practically born knowing how to set a welcoming table. But when the Alabama natives Keith and Amy Richards traveled to Greece in 1997, their perspectives on hospitality blossomed. As they ate their way around the ancient country, sampling lamb gyros and bright salads dotted with feta, the duo not only fell in love with the region’s fresh, nourishing cuisine but with the ethos of the cozy, mom-and-pop cafes in which they dined. The restaurants offered a crucial connecting place for family and neighbors, where the act of gathering around the table was integral to daily life. Inspired, the couple set out to create a destination that would bridge the gap between the convivial cuisine of the Mediterranean and the Southern values they cherished back home. In Birmingham the following year, the first Taziki’s Mediterranean Café was born.

Some twenty years later, that love of bringing people together over food still resonates: More than ninety Taziki’s locations, featuring a full Mediterranean menu infused with Southern spirit, can now be found across the United States, including many in the founders’ native South. Taziki’s shareable plates especially honor that original mission, such as this summer’s beloved Whipped Feta, a light, homemade appetizer and that elegantly marries the savory Greek cheese with a sweet drizzle of honey; the classic hummus with a touch of cumin; and the Taziki dip—a refreshing classic with cucumber and dill. They all perfectly accompany a good time, whether you are gathering with friends for lunch at the restaurant, ordering off the catering menu for a shower, or taking home a pint for a family dinner. After all, in every detail, Taziki’s strives to foster eudaimonia: That’s Greek for wellness, or rich, flourishing life. Served, of course, with a deep sense of hospitality bred only in the South.

5 Tips to Build Lunches Your Kiddos Love


The Summer is quickly coming to a close and the Back to School season is upon us! We all brace for busy schedules -- for kids, teachers, and parents, too. That’s why Kid’s Lunch should be EASY! Here are five tips to build lunches your kiddos will love!

  1. Plan Ahead
    A little planning ahead can cut your prep time in half! Try and prepare as much as you can the night before. Need a list? Fruit, veggies, and even sandwiches can be done the night before. Life Hack: Pick-up a Kid’s Mediterranean Turkey Melt from Taziki’s the night before to make it even simpler. Ta-dah - lunch for tomorrow is complete!

  2. Involve Them in the Process
    Nothing is more frustrating than trying to find something your kids will love that is also healthy. We all know kids love to give their honest opinion - sometimes too honest right? Research shows that when kids have a say in what they are eating, they are much more likely to enjoy their lunch. Try letting your kids take part in the grocery shopping or lunch packing process.

  3. Think of Substitutes
    Some kids love the routine of their favorite meal, while others can get bored easily. Switch it up with some simple substitutes to expand their palate. There are many ways you can create variety without having to put in a ton of effort. Try the Sneaky Taziki Meal. These Chicken Roll-Ups are an easy way to spice up the traditional chicken sandwich and can even be customized with or without tomato and feta cheese.

  4. Lean on Multi-Use Sharables
    Is your purse currently full of snacks for your kids on the go? We feel your pain, that’s stressful! Keep things simple and go for products that have multiple purposes. Next time, grab a pint of Taziki’s scratch-made Hummus for them to snack on with their veggies but that you can also incorporate into dinner as a spread on their burger! Hummus is a great way to sneak healthy plant-based protein into their meal.

  5. Include All Food Groups
    Remember to balance making sure your child is getting the nutrients they need from various different food groups. The Mediterranean Diet includes fruits, veggies, lean proteins, low-fat dairy, and whole grains. Avoid fruits and vegetables that come from a bag. Swing by Taziki’s for a fresh salad and hand-cut fruit that were full vegetables that morning and freshly prepared just for you and your family.

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A Note from The CEO

Every Good Gathering

Summer is flying by and Fall will be upon us soon. Stop for a minute to reflect on the change of pace and the photo worthy memories you made this summer. I immediately think back to the 4th of July and the neighborhood parade I took my 9-year-old daughter to.


It's nothing fancy, but the kids decorate their bikes and everyone marches around to the grand finale, the fire truck and red, white and blue popsicles! We invited our neighbors over for a potluck feast made up of smoked ribs, baked Nashville hot chicken, fresh salad, Taziki's Whipped Feta, and my 15-year-old son's famous flag cake - decorated with fresh blueberries and strawberries. 

We concluded the night with a toast as we took in some backyard fireworks and the impressive fireworks from a rooftop downtown overlooking the river. Perhaps you finished a book or two, spent some time at the lake, or got away to the beach. Either way, notice how food plays a part in every good gathering. It turns a meeting into a party, and a party into a celebration!

So, now, as high temps and humidity give way to crisper evenings and sweaters, we look forward to the kids going back to school, football and the next round of gatherings with the right food bringing people together.

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At Taziki's, we've been cooking up some new things recently, and you may have noticed. Our new Kebobs and Quinoa Bowls seemed to have been your favorite this summer! We welcome the Whipped Feta Appetizer back into the spotlight as a part of our partnership with our friends at The Dairy Alliance (did you see it in Garden & Gun?).

Dairy, specifically feta, is a critical element to amazing Mediterranean food. Did you know that we source all of our dairy products from a group of family-owned, award-winning farms in Wisconsin? We’re incredibly proud to support American dairy farmers with the Whipped Feta offering.

Fall teaches us the art of letting go of the things that keep us from growing so we can focus on creating a rich life for ourselves. Let us do the cooking so you can focus on your next family reunion or tailgate. We have a host of sharable options that will fit inside your budget and your goal to eat well. The best part is everyone will be happy. Here's to many more good gatherings this fall. Cheers!

All the best,

Dan Simpson
CEO, Taziki’s Mediterranean Café

A Note From Our Founder: Keith Richards


I hope this note finds you well, and that you’re enjoying summer and grilling season by spending quality time with family and friends. One of my secret summer grilling recipes is just adding a tablespoon of Whipped Feta to a freshly grilled steak or a burger.

Some exciting things you can expect this summer include a facelift on our menus and a more intuitive design of our website. We look forward to sharing these exciting new projects and much more with all of you very soon. 

Lastly, our Taziki’s family feels more complete as we celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of our Coronado Village location in Panama City, Florida. We continue to support the revitalization of Panama City while they work to recover from Hurricane Michael. 

I hope you continue to have a great summer. Stay cool, it’s getting hot in Bama!

All the best,

Keith Richards

Kicking Off The First Day of Summer

Featuring Guest Author, Blogger Rachel Awtrey


Summers come and summers go. But, this summer, Thomas and I have decided to make the most of the opportunities to gather, spend time with friends, invite people into our “every day” and do small things well. Yes, traveling, beach trips and vacations are so much fun but being home isn’t too shabby either (if you make it fun). Picnics are a great idea! Grab a quilt, grab your friends and family, and head to your local park or favorite spot with your favorite meal. For me, it was a no-brainer to grab some of our favorites from Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe for our picnic! Grilled chicken, rice, Greek salad, Taziki’s sauce, and pita is the best combination for any type of eater (picky or not) and easy to grab and go for a “luxury” picnic dinner. Don’t forget to grab cookies with your order because we all know the most important part of a picnic is dessert!


Want to take it up a notch? Bring a Bluetooth speaker, put on your favorite music and leave the phones in the car! I have a feeling this won’t be our last picnic, especially when it’s made easy by Taziki’s! Not a picnic person? No worries! You can set up this same spread at your next dinner party. It’s easy, just call in your favorite entrees and picking them up on your way home. Throw it on a platter and your friends will still be able to enjoy the best Mediterranean dishes (and you can take all the credit)!

A busy life can be fun but don’t forget to slow down and be present with those you love over some fresh, healthy food. Take your meal to the park for a picnic, on a hike through your favorite trails, or eat around a Taziki’s table (or yours)!

A Note from The CEO

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Summer is finally here! It’s officially the end of the school year for kids, and the beginning of hot days, getaways, and grilling out on the weekends with family and friends. This time of year is nostalgic for me because when I was a kid, my siblings and I spent our summer mornings weeding our vegetable garden, and helping around the house. After that, we would hop on our bikes (complete with baseball cards fixed to the back tires so it sounded like a motorcycle) down to the nearest lake to cool off. Our evenings were filled with making pies and enjoying board games. These days, many of you will find your way to the beach to return sun-kissed and well-read. Others will escape to the cooler elevation of the mountains and enjoy some hikes and bikes. Wherever this summer takes you, find time to enjoy a meal with your loved ones.

What are your favorite summer dishes? How about watermelon on a hot afternoon? Strawberry rhubarb pie? Or ribs on the grill? At Taziki's we've been cooking up a balanced menu of marinated Chicken and Beef Kebobs, grilled to perfection alongside our current Limited Time Offer, The Quinoa Bowl!

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This dish is healthy, refreshing and jam-packed with protein. Order on the Taziki's app and skip the line, or we'll even bring it out to your car, curbside. Don’t forget to schedule your catering for your next family get together. Either way, we welcome you to enjoy Taziki's as part of your summer traditions! We look forward to sharing all the stories and Instagram-worthy moments that summer has to offer.

From the entire Taziki’s team to you, have a safe and fun rest of your summer!

With Gratitude,

Dan Simpson
CEO, Taziki’s Mediterranean Café

How to Plan a Convenient Summer Party

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One of our favorite attributes of the Summer season is the energy and life that it brings. Summer is the season where everyone craves spending time outside with the ones they love. Praise the time of year where gathering outside for sporting events, meals, or relaxing while spending quality time with others becomes the norm!

When it comes to entertaining, there are two types of entertainers. Let’s face it, party planning is hard and in this busy world, who really has time to obsess over every little detail? This summer, we’re vowing to make being “the hostess with the most-est” attainable again. Here are a few tips on how Taziki’s will be your best pal for your next event.


Order a Dinner for 4 meal! These are a go-to for many and satisfy the entire family. You get to choose your favorite protein, side, & salad and ta-dah, the cooking is done! Also -- you can skip the line and order this online (you’re welcome).


Order a few of your favorite appetizers and have items that encourage sharing among your guests.

Nothing is better than having multiple options to snack on at a party. Our Whipped Feta, Signature Hummus, and Taziki’s Dip are guaranteed to make your guests excited -- and they come in pints (so darn easy!).

Are you having a family reunion aka wedding or something bigger? Call your local Taziki’s and we will be happy to help you plan a custom menu of items that will best suit the taste buds of your crew (and we’ll come set it up).

Cheers to the entertainment season!

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Teddy Bear Returns Home

Not all superheroes wear capes! A few weeks ago Jacob Bogard, a manager for Taziki’s Chattanooga, stepped up to make someone’s day a little brighter.

The Robinson family was traveling back to Birmingham from a trip to Dollywood and stopped at in Chattanooga for a meal at Taziki’s. They are loyal fans of the Birmingham locations, and their daughter's favorite meal is the Kid's Turkey Melt with Fruit. The parents love to order the Grilled Chicken Feast and, of course, they never forget to get an order of Hummus and Pita!

After the family finished their meal, they continued their journey back to Birmingham. It wasn’t long before their daughter realized she had lost her beloved Teddy Bear! The family immediately called the restaurant and Manager Jacob swooped in to save the day.


According to Mrs. Robinson, “The manager was so kind and offered to mail it back to us immediately. We visit Chattanooga nearly every year, and we are extremely likely to go back to this location again!”

Watch a full video of this sweet little gal reuniting with her baby once again here:

Introducing Our New Quinoa Bowl!

Every dish at Taziki’s is created from the true love and passion we have for fresh, Mediterranean ingredients. The newest feature on our menu is The Quinoa Bowl! It was inspired by a recent trip to Greece where Keith Richards, our founder, visited some of our local farmers.

The best part of The Quinoa Bowl, you ask? The majority of the ingredients used can be bought fresh from your local farmers market for you to re-create this healthy summer dish in your own home.

Here’s what you need:

  • Your Protein of choice

  • Quinoa

  • Tomatoes

  • Cucumbers

  • Onions

  • Olives

  • Feta Cheese

  • Capers

We aim to provide fresh, quality ingredients that are sourced straight from the Mediterranean to serve our customers all across the country. We encourage you to do the same by supporting local farmers in your area. To learn more about the “why” behind our new menu item, click here.

Teaching Life Skills In Conway, AR

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At Taziki’s, we are proud to have local partnerships across the country to support our HOPE Project mission of working to get every restaurant in America to hire just one individual with a disability. Our purpose is to help people flourish. We see an opportunity to help students with disabilities and at-risk youth in every community. We give them jobs. We teach them how to contribute. We give them hope. Learn more here.

And on March 21st, when Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared March 21st Developmental Disabilities Employment support day, our Conway, AR location continued our mission. Taziki’s Conway partnered with Conway Human Development Center to provide a job shadowing opportunity for their employees aimed at teaching life skills. The CHDC offers on-campus work opportunities for residents who wish to take part, and they were excited to have the opportunity to learn more about what Taziki’s employees accomplish on a daily basis.

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Taziki’s Manager Micheal Niederhauser said that opening the restaurant’s doors to CHDC residents on Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Employment Support Day is something he plans to do again. He and other employees often support residents at the facility. A few weeks ago they banded together, forming a team to participate in CHDC’s annual Bowl-A-Thon. Only 35% of people with disabilities are employed, and we are excited to see this amazing work that Taziki’s Arkansas is doing to change that!

If you’d like to see the full story, you can do that here.

Introducing our New Hand-Crafted Chicken and Beef Kebobs

Kebobs, also spelled, Kebabs, can be found all across the world, with each region offering its unique take on this dish, including the Mediterranean. In fact, in Greece, the original name for the gyro was, döner kebab. Our new hand-crafted Taziki’s chicken and beef kebobs pay respect to its Mediterranean origins. Our meats are freshly sliced, lovingly marinated in olive oil, lemon juice, oregano, dried thyme, and a dash of salt and pepper. We then grill them to perfection and they are available to complete your favorite feasts, salads and more, which can be ordered for dine-in, to-go or even catering. And just as any Mediterranean family would do, we’re sharing our recipe with you to make from home. Just tap the link below to download the recipe.

We know life can get busy and challenging to make dinner at home and finding flavors the entire family will enjoy can be tough. That’s why we’re here to serve incredible tasting, freshly made, healthy lunch and dinner options for the entire family. Now you can order and pick up your food quicker than ever with our new App. Download it now by tapping on the link below.


Get Healthy Now With Taziki’s: A Note From The CEO

At Taziki’s we’re always looking to step into a healthier lifestyle and the New Year is the perfect opportunity to recommit to all the elements of getting healthy, including diet.

In my experience, a healthy lifestyle starts with inner peace (grounded psychology and spirituality) and physiology (breathing and exercise). Yet, with a quick Google search, you can find articles highlighting why diet is far more important than even exercise when it comes to losing weight. The average person burns between 5% - 15% of daily calories through exercise, which is small in comparison to the food our bodies intake for energy at each meal.

One of our corporate team members Sam Stamps, shared her story, “Calories Aren’t Everything” including how she embraces the healthy lifestyle in her own life. Sam elaborates on how she changed her approach when it comes to calculating calories which helped her lose 30+ pounds!

“Your body doesn’t treat all calories the same. If you eat high-quality foods that are rich in nutrients, like leafy greens, nuts, and chicken, you will fill up quickly and stay fuller for longer. It can also trigger the release of hormones that tell your body to burn fat (yay!).” - Sam Stamps, Training + Technology for Taziki’s Corporate

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At Taziki’s we understand that a healthy lifestyle is tied to the table. Whether you are dining in or taking out, we have nutrient dense food constructed to give you energy throughout the day while keeping you full and satisfied. My go-to dish is the Mediterranean Salad with Salmon. It’s so colorful and it has an amazing cravable flavor profile! And the generous portion always leaves me feeling full and ready to go!

This year, I’m committing to starting each day with prayer and mediation, exercising 30 minutes a day, and kicking off January with a modified “Whole 30” reset (internally I jokingly call it the “Whole 29”). After a year of boxing with Title Boxing (great workout), my wife and three energetic kids all joined me in a climbing gym membership and we’re already enjoying the challenge of scaling the walls together!


We invite you to tackle your New Year’s resolutions goals with Taziki’s. Our team is here to help you along your journey!  What are you looking to accomplish this year? Let us know by commenting on our Facebook post!

With Gratitude,

— Dan

CEO, Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe