2 restaurants added to the Innsbrook menu

Hurley's Tavern took over the old Finn McCool’s Irish Pub space. (Photo by Lena Price)

Hurley’s Tavern took over the old Finn McCool’s Irish Pub space. (Photo by Lena Price)

The suits at Innsbrook have a couple of more dining options on their front doorstep.

The Innsbrook Shoppes at the corner of Cox Road and West Broad Street landed two new restaurant tenants in recent months.

Hurley’s Tavern opened Jan. 15 in the 2,700-square-foot space that formerly was home to Finn McCool’s Irish Pub. The Hurley’s website boasts a large craft beer selection, along with vegetarian and vegan options on its menu.

Taziki’s, a Mediterranean chain restaurant, is building out in the former Hondo’s location. (Photo by David Larter)

Taziki’s is building out in the former Hondo’s location. (Photo by Lena Price)

The other restaurant is Taziki’s, a Mediterranean chain out of Alabama that is taking over 3,300 square feet in the old Hondo’s location.

Taziki’s is scheduled to open in May, said developer Sidney Gunst, one of the owners of the shopping center.

The restaurant serves gyros, sandwiches and some larger meals, such as herb-roasted chicken and beef tenderloin, and has eat-in and takeout menus. The food runs about $10 per meal.

That leaves the 24-year-old shopping center almost full, Gunst said.

“The only vacancy we have left is about 1,700 square feet in the old Hondo’s location,” he said.

Hondo’s moved across the parking lot to a standalone location last year.

Hurley's Tavern took over the old Finn McCool’s Irish Pub space. (Photo by Lena Price)

Hurley’s Tavern took over the old Finn McCool’s Irish Pub space. (Photo by Lena Price)

The suits at Innsbrook have a couple of more dining options on their front doorstep.

The Innsbrook Shoppes at the corner of Cox Road and West Broad Street landed two new restaurant tenants in recent months.

Hurley’s Tavern opened Jan. 15 in the 2,700-square-foot space that formerly was home to Finn McCool’s Irish Pub. The Hurley’s website boasts a large craft beer selection, along with vegetarian and vegan options on its menu.

Taziki’s, a Mediterranean chain restaurant, is building out in the former Hondo’s location. (Photo by David Larter)

Taziki’s is building out in the former Hondo’s location. (Photo by Lena Price)

The other restaurant is Taziki’s, a Mediterranean chain out of Alabama that is taking over 3,300 square feet in the old Hondo’s location.

Taziki’s is scheduled to open in May, said developer Sidney Gunst, one of the owners of the shopping center.

The restaurant serves gyros, sandwiches and some larger meals, such as herb-roasted chicken and beef tenderloin, and has eat-in and takeout menus. The food runs about $10 per meal.

That leaves the 24-year-old shopping center almost full, Gunst said.

“The only vacancy we have left is about 1,700 square feet in the old Hondo’s location,” he said.

Hondo’s moved across the parking lot to a standalone location last year.

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Jess
Jess
9 years ago

Is it really called Taziki’s? My expectations are now significantly lowered because they can’t even spell the name of the sauce correctly.

Jay
Jay
9 years ago
Reply to  Jess

It was probably purely a marketing decision. A lot of people who aren’t as familiar with Greek food may not know how to properly pronounce tzatziki so they dumbed it down a little.