Zaytinya closes Frisco location at The Star

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The Mediterranean restaurant closed on Nov. 18. (Courtesy Zaytinya)

The Mediterranean restaurant closed on Nov. 18. (Courtesy Zaytinya)

On Nov. 18, Zaytinya closed its Frisco location at The Star at 6655 Winning Drive, Frisco. The Mediterranean restaurant plans to open a new Dallas location soon, according to a statement from ThinkFoodGroup. Zaytinya still has a location in Washington, D.C., and offers Turkish, Greek and Lebanese menu options. www.zaytinya.com
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