Casual Mediterranean Eatery Kabobske Now Open on Corryville's Short Vine

The popular Florence restaurant recently opened a Cincinnati location

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Kabobske in Corryville

Florence, Kentucky-based casual Mediterranean eatery Kabobske has opened up a second location in the Queen City. Their new spot is situated on Corryville's Short Vine at 2904 Vine St. next to the University of Cincinnati's campus.

Restaurant owner Andy Hajjar also founded Andy's Deli in Walnut Hills with his brother Majed in the '90s. The deli grew and eventually became Andy's Mediterranean Grille. Hajjar brings inspiration from his native country of Lebanon to his menu at Kabobske to offer "authentic Mediterranean flavors," which he learned from his family. 

Like the original location, the Corryville eatery offers a casual dining experience and "build-your-own" meals including bowls, wraps, salads and melts with toppings like baba ganoush or tzatziki and proteins like falafel, shawarma and grape leaves.   

The restaurant is currently open from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday but it will host its grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m. on Feb. 26.

Kabobske, 2904 Vine St., Corryville.

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