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VERTS Mediterranean Grill Opens in Boston November 4

Customizable Mediterranean cuisine for the Financial District A Texas-based fast-casual chain that specializes in Mediterranean fare will open a location next month in Boston’s Financial District. VERTS Mediterranean Grill has 33 locations in Texas, and this new location is the first of its planned expansion to the East Coast. VERTS will be opening at 93 Summer St. on November 4, as Boston Restaurant Talk reported, unveiling its build-your-own menu of pitas, wraps, salads, and rice bowls.
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