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Mount Pleasant voters asked to approve property tax increase for parks, recreation

MOUNT PLEASANT — It’s been more than a decade since the town bought more than 120 acres for a future park. Now, voters are being asked to approve a property tax increase to make that park a reality.Most of the $50 million Mount Pleasant would borrow, if the park tax referendum were to pass in a town-wide vote Nov. 8, would be used to develop the site on Rifle Range Road, with an estimated $10 million going to other recreation projects.The town’s property tax would rise by 10 percent to pay off the borrowed mon...

MOUNT PLEASANT — It’s been more than a decade since the town bought more than 120 acres for a future park. Now, voters are being asked to approve a property tax increase to make that park a reality.

Most of the $50 million Mount Pleasant would borrow, if the park tax referendum were to pass in a town-wide vote Nov. 8, would be used to develop the site on Rifle Range Road, with an estimated $10 million going to other recreation projects.

The town’s property tax would rise by 10 percent to pay off the borrowed money plus interest. When the debt is paid off after 15 years the extra tax would end, according to advocates, although the referendum does not mention a time limit.

The impact on total property tax bills would be much smaller than a 10 percent increase because the town accounts for just a portion of those annual bills and the school district gets the largest share.

Most Town Council members — seven of nine — supported putting the referendum on the ballot and some are actively working to see it passed.

“We’re trying to create something for this generation and the next,” Councilman John Iacofano said. “I think it’s going to be tight, but I think it’s going to pass.”

Mayor Will Haynie and Councilwoman Brenda Corley are opposed.

“In bad economic times, not everyone can afford this,” said Haynie. “I’m out there letting people know why they ought to vote no.”

He said the town should rely on impact fees that apply to new home construction to fund growth-related needs for recreation projects. The most those fees could raise would be $1.68 million yearly by Haynie’s estimate and wouldn’t allow the town to borrow tens of millions to put plans in action.

“If the referendum is successful, we can begin building immediately,” Iacofano and Councilwoman G.M. Whitley wrote, urging support for the ballot question.

Plans for the park site include four large playing fields, tennis and pickleball courts, playgrounds, fishing piers, a disc golf course, trails, volleyball and basketball courts, a performance space and a multipurpose building.

“It will be the Central Park of Mount Pleasant,” then-Mayor Billy Swails said in 2010, when the town and county agreed to spend $20 million to buy the land.

Iacofano said that if the town had raised its property tax then, the town would have a park by now.

“I don’t know that people truly understand how inexpensive our taxes are in Mount Pleasant, considering the services received,” he said.

The referendum would put an estimated $40 million toward building the park. The remaining 20 percent of the money would go to renovations of the Park West pool building, improvements at the Mugsy Kerr tennis complex on Whipple Road, and bike/pedestrian trails. If any money is left, the town could use that to fund green space preservation.

So, just how much would taxes increase if the referendum were to pass?

The impact on any particular taxpayer would vary, because the property tax is based on the assessed value of real estate and vehicles. Even next-door homeowners with identical houses could see very different results, depending when they purchased their homes and what vehicles sit in the driveways.

For an owner-occupant with a house valued at $500,000 for tax purposes, passage of the referendum would mean an extra $80, plus the added tax on any vehicles.

If that same house were a rental property, the extra tax would be $120, because commercial properties are taxed at a 50 percent higher rate. Large businesses would see the greatest tax difference.

The last time the town put a recreation referendum on the ballot, in 2015, it was narrowly defeated. The town has planned to develop the park site since it was purchased in 2010, but has not developed a funding plan.

The town’s property is half the 245-acre site that was jointly purchased with Charleston County Parks and Recreation. The town’s portion is planned for more active recreation, with playing fields, pickleball courts and other amenities.

Some people, including Corley, have come to see the town-owned land as green space that should not be developed. In voting against holding a referendum, Corley expressed concern about the impact on wildlife.

Recreation advocates argue that the town has far too few playing fields to handle the current demand, and say most of the jointly owned site would remain undeveloped in any case.

A group called Vote for Parks — Mount Pleasant has put up a website (voteparks.org) advocating for the referendum. There appears to be no organized opposition, but a big hurdle for supporters will be overcoming the history of town voters opposing property tax increases, including the 2015 park referendum and the 2020 Charleston County affordable housing referendum.

Daniel Brownstein, who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the statehouse against Joe Bustos in 2020, is representing that group. He said it’s being funded by “local citizens who want to ensure that children and adults have adequate parks and recreational amenities.”

Mount Pleasant leaders urge residents to vote in favor of recreation referendum

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD)- Town leaders are urging Mount Pleasant residents to vote in favor of a recreation referendum on the ballot in November.Members of the Mount Pleasant Town Council and local recreation leaders held a press conference on Tuesday to highlight the projects that the referendum would fund.If approved, the referendum would levy a tax increase on property owners to fund several future ...

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD)- Town leaders are urging Mount Pleasant residents to vote in favor of a recreation referendum on the ballot in November.

Members of the Mount Pleasant Town Council and local recreation leaders held a press conference on Tuesday to highlight the projects that the referendum would fund.

If approved, the referendum would levy a tax increase on property owners to fund several future recreation projects, including:

The referendum would cost taxpayers approximately $6.67 per month on a $500,000 home for a period of 15 years, according to officials.

Some town leaders including Councilmembers Gary Santos, Jake Rambo, John Iacofano, GM Whitley, and Howard Chapman, along with many residents, are in favor of the referendum and believe they are investing in the future of the town.

“We have to take care of our kids,” said Ralph Lundy, Mt. Pleasant Voter and former College of Charleston soccer coach. “That is the most important thing…to take care of our kids. And this does it.”

“Mt. Pleasant is a family-first community and that’s what this referendum is about,” said Councilman Jake Rambo. “It’s about providing our families, specifically our children, with the space to grow athletically, they can grow socially, emotionally, and in a safe environment.”

“We’ve gotta start focusing on building for the future and this referendum is gonna help us get there,” said Perry Rourk, the chairman of the Mt. Pleasant Recreational Advisory Committee.

While many will vote in favor of the referendum, others, including Mt. Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie, are concerned about the environmental impacts some new facilities could have.

“If recreation needs so much funding, why are there pictures out there that citizens are sending me like from this past weekend in great weather…tennis courts that are unused, ball fields that are unused,” said Mayor Haynie.

Mayor Haynie also believes a tax increase is irresponsible.

“I think it’s tone-deaf to propose a 10% tax hike on all the residents in Mt. Pleasant during the highest inflation we’ve had in 40 years,” he said. “It’s 10% across the board on your town taxes. 10% on your home, 10% on businesses, 10% on your car, 10% on your boat.”

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Enjoy the Most Wonderful Time of the Year at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (HOLY CITY SINNER) — Mount Pleasant Towne Centre will be hosting another season of festive events this holiday season, including the lighting of its 40-foot Christmas tree, photos ...

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (HOLY CITY SINNER) — Mount Pleasant Towne Centre will be hosting another season of festive events this holiday season, including the lighting of its 40-foot Christmas tree, photos with Santa, and horse drawn carriage rides, plus two new events – Lights & Love and Merry & Bright. Beginning on November 19th with the annual Lights Up tree lighting, the Towne Centre is anticipating a full season of merry moments, beautiful decorations and holiday cheer.

“We are delighted to kick off another holiday season featuring our most exciting and festive events,” said Kathleen Herrmann, Marketing Director at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. “This year, we are ready to welcome the community to Towne Centre to enjoy our most-loved traditions and to make new memories with our updated event lineup, including brand-new experiences.”

Throughout the Towne Centre, guests can stop and pose for a holiday-themed photo in front of one of two fluorescent 22-foot reindeers located by Barnes and Noble and Jon Smith Subs, and the life-size “JOY” sign located by the main fountain. Overhead twinkling lights will be strung along Belk Drive, turning the Towne Centre into a beautifully lit destination for the whole season.

A full line-up of the holiday festivities at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre is outlined below:

Lights Up: Charleston’s favorite holiday tradition and the Towne Centre’s biggest event of the year, Lights Up, is back for another season. On Saturday, Nov. 19 beginning at 6 p.m., Belk Drive will “light up” with a stunning laser light show and the official lighting of the Towne Centre’s 40-foot Christmas Tree. To help ring in the joyous season and accompany the laser light show, East Cooper Baptist Church Choir & Orchestra and Jared Petteys and the Headliners will perform a mix of popular songs and beloved holiday tunes. Treats and drinks will be available from Burtons Grill & Bar, SAVI Cucina & Wine Bar, Wine Cellar Wine & Gifts, Zimo’s Gyros, Madrigals Tacos, & Lobster, The Ice Cream Team, Holy City Popcorn and Holy City Homemade Italian Ice, as well as face painting by Faith and balloon animals by Carol’s Balloon Art. Don’t miss seeing our celebrity guest, Santa Claus! For more information visit https://www.mtpleasanttownecentre.com/event/Lights-Up/

The BIG Give Black Friday Gift Card Giveaway: To celebrate Black Friday this year, Towne Centre will once again be hosting a special gift card raffle giveaway. Six lucky winners will receive a $500 gift card to their Towne Centre store or restaurant of choice! Beginning at 9 a.m. on Nov. 25, tables in front of Belk will be open for registration. Winners will be drawn at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon. All winners must be present in order to win. Johnny O, 95SX on-air personality, will be emceeing the event. For more information, visit: https://mtpleasanttownecentre.com/events/the-big-give-black-friday-gift-card-giveaway/

Photos with Santa: Saint Nicholas himself will again visit the Towne, arriving on Nov. 25. Santa will take up residence in a North Pole-inspired space at 1748 Towne Centre Way (across from Belk Men’s) at Towne Centre for another season of festive photo-ops. Bring your family and friends and enjoy professional photographs with Santa beginning on Nov. 25 and continuing every day through Dec. 24. Your furry friends can join the fun as well, with special pet photos available every Monday. All pets must be leashed or crated while in the North Pole. Additionally, each child will receive a free chocolate pop from Sweet Julep’s. Photo package prices start at $33.99. Make your reservations now at: http://vipholidayphotos.com/event/MOUNTPLEASANTC22

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides: Looking for a day of cozy sightseeing? Bundle up and grab some hot cocoa before climbing aboard the Towne Centre’s complimentary horse drawn carriage rides. On Saturdays and Sundays from Thanksgiving to Christmas, guests can ride in style as they take in the beautiful holiday decorations adorning the Towne Centre. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., Carriages will depart from Palmetto Grande Cinema and Belk.

Lights & Love: This year, the Towne Centre is thrilled to introduce a brand-new holiday event. Lights & Love is a special holiday lights walk for Autism and Neurodiversity awareness. The Towne Centre is partnering with JustBee, a female-owned non-profit organization that aims to connect neurodivergent individuals and families with their surrounding communities. On Sunday, Dec. 4 beginning at 6 p.m., the Towne Centre and JustBee will welcome all families to participate in a magical evening of sensory-friendly performances and entertainment, including a holiday lights scavenger hunt. For more information, visit: https://mtpleasanttownecentre.com/events/lights-love/

Merry & Bright: On Saturday, Dec. 10, the Towne Centre will fill with magnificent melodies at the Merry & Bright holiday concert. Starting at 5 p.m. the incredible David Higgins will perform live with opening act Charleston Voices Youth Choir for a night of holiday music. Pull up a chair or blanket, grab a bite from one of the delicious Food Trucks and a drink from Burtons Grill & Bar, and settle in for a breathtaking concert. Guests will receive free admission with the donation of a non-perishable food item, supporting East Cooper Community Outreach.

To find out more about Mount Pleasant Towne Centre’s seasonal experiences, visit mtpleasanttownecentre.com and engage with the Towne Centre on Instagram and Facebook.

Friday Night Lights: Shining in Mount Pleasant

It’s autumn in the South, and we all know what that means: helmets crashing, cheerleaders jumping and crowds roaring. The Friday night lights are blazing, so it’s time to introduce you to three of Mount Pleasant’s brightest football stars.At Oceanside Collegiate Academy, senior Zach Hagedon is helping build a football legacy. His senior class is only the fourth to graduate from the young charter school. This is also only Hagedon’s fourth year of football; prior to high school, he played soccer. But American foo...

It’s autumn in the South, and we all know what that means: helmets crashing, cheerleaders jumping and crowds roaring. The Friday night lights are blazing, so it’s time to introduce you to three of Mount Pleasant’s brightest football stars.

At Oceanside Collegiate Academy, senior Zach Hagedon is helping build a football legacy. His senior class is only the fourth to graduate from the young charter school. This is also only Hagedon’s fourth year of football; prior to high school, he played soccer. But American football was always in his blood.

“I watched football my whole life,” he said. “I had to try it.”

He tried out, made the team and became a key defensive player for Oceanside.

“I played linebacker my freshman year and learned I really like tackling people. That’s where I make a big impact.”

Since then, he’s settled into other defensive roles, including cornerback and safety.

“I’m looking forward to making a last run with the players and friends I’ve been with for the last four years and trying to win the state championship,” he said. “We’ve been working so hard. It’ll be nice to see it pay off.”

Next year, Hagedon plans to go to college. Coastal Carolina is his dream school, but he’ll see where the next few months take him

Over at Lucy Beckham High School, quarterback Jimmy Webb is pumped. Literally. He’s been working out hard his whole life, waiting for this moment.

“I’ve been playing football since I was 5 years old,” he relayed. “I started with flag football, then moved up through the ranks.”

He used to be a lineman, both offensive and defensive, which requires a very specific size and physique. However, after a year of diving into the weight room and nutrition planning, Webb and his coaches realized he wasn’t fitting into that mold anymore. They moved him to starting quarterback.

“I grew up playing baseball,” said Webb. “I had a good arm already, but I owe everything to Coach Hart, the offensive coordinator and quarterback coach. He brought me up from scratch.”

For his senior year, Webb said, “I want us to do the best we can. There’s no reason we can’t be the best team in the state. We have the talent at every position. We’ve [beaten] teams that other schools didn’t think we could. So why not us?”

His is the first senior class at Lucy Beckham.

“I think being the first class that’ll graduate, I’ve really been able to make my mark on the school. And for the younger guys on the team, I’ve tried to be a role model and leader, on and off the field.”

For college, Webb hopes to stay in state. While he’s gone to a few football camps and on a few tours, he’s not sure he’ll play in college. But there’s still a whole season ahead of him. That’s what’s most important to him at the moment.

Of course, we can’t talk about Mount Pleasant football without including Wando High School, one of the biggest schools in the state. It’s there that senior Mikey Rosa is getting ready to have the season of his life.

“I’ve been playing since elementary school,” offered the starting linebacker. “Football is my whole life. It’s my favorite thing in the world. It’s my escape from the world. Football gets my mind off everything else. You just play.”

As a linebacker, he’s a leader of the Wando defensive squad.

“You’ll see me on the field, yelling my head off,” he said. “It’s my job to recognize the strengths in the other team’s offense and get people where they need to be.”

Rosa spent much of the summer injured but has been cleared to play. The whole team’s been working hard in the weight room, implementing a new strength and conditioning program. Rosa hopes to make his own mark by being a leader and helping to shift the team culture to be even more of a winning one.

He told Mount Pleasant Magazine, “I want to help raise these freshman and sophomores and shape them into what a winning team looks like. I want to show them how to do it on and off the field.”

Unlike Hagedon and Webb, Rosa knows where he’s going to college, but he’s keeping that info close to his chest for a while. He’s excited about the future, but right now, he’s focused on the present. That means making his senior season at Wando truly incredible.

You can catch Hagedon, Webb and Rosa on the field for the next few months of Fridays, where their talents are sure to shine as brightly as the lights cast upon them. Cheers to all of them for representing Mount Pleasant. We wish them each a safe season.

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13 Top Dining Destinations in Mount Pleasant

While the hot, new restaurants tend to open in downtown Charleston, folks east of the Cooper need to eat too. Mount Pleasant serves up a lot of hidden gems that might not get the same publicity as the peninsula hot spots.These spots should answer any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant in Mount P?" This group spans multiple cuisines, from Japanese to Vietnamese to Southwestern, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs. Who knew the city full of chain stores and suburbs could offer so much?...

While the hot, new restaurants tend to open in downtown Charleston, folks east of the Cooper need to eat too. Mount Pleasant serves up a lot of hidden gems that might not get the same publicity as the peninsula hot spots.

These spots should answer any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant in Mount P?" This group spans multiple cuisines, from Japanese to Vietnamese to Southwestern, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs. Who knew the city full of chain stores and suburbs could offer so much?

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Little Miss Ha is a bright spot to stop in for lunch or dinner while near Mount Pleasant Whole Foods. Chef Janice Nguyen Hudgins serves the Vietnamese she grew up eating (the restaurant is named after her mother). From homemade pork dumplings to pho, this family business offers fresh flavors to the area.

Locals like to debate whether Shem Creek dive Wreck of the Richard & Charlene is too touristy or just the right amount of out-of-towners. Nestled on the water, the dining room is not much more than a screen porch and some plastic furniture. It’s no frills, so stop by after a trip to the beach for some boiled peanuts, a cold beer, and fried shrimp.

Oysters are the star at Nico, but there’s so much more to explore. This bustling brasserie from chef Nico Romo serves a wide variety of raw bar items and classic French dishes like escargot and trout almondine. The wood-fired oven brings a bit of smokiness to the menu through a selection of roasted bivalves and whole roasted fish. The brunch is popular here as well.

Chef Eric Milley constantly rotates the offerings on the menu at I’on eatery the Shellmore, but there’s always an oyster and cheese selection available to pair with the amazing wine selection. The restaurant is small and the kitchen is even smaller, but it puts out big flavors like shrimp and scallop risotto with lobster cream or rigatoni bolognese.

Open since 2003, Langdon's serves some of the best fine dining in Mount Pleasant. The dining room is set for a special night out, but it isn’t stuffy. Start with local goat cheese gnocchi or seared foie gras and then move on to a local fish with lemon-chive beurre blanc or rack of lamb with gruyere potatoes.

Hidden along the busy Coleman Blvd, stands a little green restaurant tucked into a luscious, verdant garden not normally seen in public spaces in Mount Pleasant. The Pickled Palate is a popular lunch spot, often dominated by locals eating soups, salads and sandwiches along side a glass of wine or two.

Post House is a handsome tavern anchoring the Old Village. The neighborhood restaurant focuses on coastal, seasonal cuisine and classic cocktails. Diners can start their meals with blue crab toast or Abundant Seafood crudo and move on to a Peculiar Pig pork chop or flank steak with Spade & Clover potatoes. In addition to dinner, the restaurant offers lunch and brunch.

Established in 1945, H&R Sweet Shop is a staple of the Old Village. The address is an old shotgun-style building with a small cafe on the left and a hat shop on the right. Visitors come for deals on griddled burgers, fried oyster plates, and daily specials like cabbage and rice — most dishes under $10.

Expect friendly and fast service at this Mount Pleasant deli. At Mozzo, it’s common to hear, “Hey Jimmy, are you having the regular?” Other patrons can choose from an extensive sandwich menu featuring proteins like chicken cutlet, roast beef, turkey, and Italian meats served on ten different kinds of bread. Daily soups, house-made pickles, and local iced tea are a few of the many accompaniments offered.

A South-meets-Southwest staple of Mount Pleasant, Red Drum has served the community since 2005. An inviting patio, great margaritas made with real ingredients, crispy fried shrimp, and a wood-fired creations from chef Ben Berryhill keep this a date night destination for many in the Lowcountry.

Kanpai is truly a staple of Mount Pleasant dining. Chef Sean Park puts the utmost care into every plate and seems to score the freshest catches around. Always check out the specials, which can range from uni to chutoro.

Located in Towne Center, Savi Cucina has become known for its excellent wine selection, including a wine-tasting room and coveted inclusion in the wine club membership. House-made pasta like the ricotta gnocchi and pizza options including the original fig and prosciutto pie accompany other Italian classics. Situated across from Regal Palmetto Grande movie theatre, Savi Cucina is a great stop before a film.

After a successful run with Ma’am Saab at former food hall Workshop, restaurateurs Maryam Ghaznavi and Raheel Gauba opened another Pakistani restaurant, Malika Canteen, in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. Popular menu items include dahi puri, chicken tikka masala, the kabab roll plate, and paneer tikka masala.

Little Miss Ha is a bright spot to stop in for lunch or dinner while near Mount Pleasant Whole Foods. Chef Janice Nguyen Hudgins serves the Vietnamese she grew up eating (the restaurant is named after her mother). From homemade pork dumplings to pho, this family business offers fresh flavors to the area.

Locals like to debate whether Shem Creek dive Wreck of the Richard & Charlene is too touristy or just the right amount of out-of-towners. Nestled on the water, the dining room is not much more than a screen porch and some plastic furniture. It’s no frills, so stop by after a trip to the beach for some boiled peanuts, a cold beer, and fried shrimp.

Oysters are the star at Nico, but there’s so much more to explore. This bustling brasserie from chef Nico Romo serves a wide variety of raw bar items and classic French dishes like escargot and trout almondine. The wood-fired oven brings a bit of smokiness to the menu through a selection of roasted bivalves and whole roasted fish. The brunch is popular here as well.

Chef Eric Milley constantly rotates the offerings on the menu at I’on eatery the Shellmore, but there’s always an oyster and cheese selection available to pair with the amazing wine selection. The restaurant is small and the kitchen is even smaller, but it puts out big flavors like shrimp and scallop risotto with lobster cream or rigatoni bolognese.

Open since 2003, Langdon's serves some of the best fine dining in Mount Pleasant. The dining room is set for a special night out, but it isn’t stuffy. Start with local goat cheese gnocchi or seared foie gras and then move on to a local fish with lemon-chive beurre blanc or rack of lamb with gruyere potatoes.

Hidden along the busy Coleman Blvd, stands a little green restaurant tucked into a luscious, verdant garden not normally seen in public spaces in Mount Pleasant. The Pickled Palate is a popular lunch spot, often dominated by locals eating soups, salads and sandwiches along side a glass of wine or two.

Post House is a handsome tavern anchoring the Old Village. The neighborhood restaurant focuses on coastal, seasonal cuisine and classic cocktails. Diners can start their meals with blue crab toast or Abundant Seafood crudo and move on to a Peculiar Pig pork chop or flank steak with Spade & Clover potatoes. In addition to dinner, the restaurant offers lunch and brunch.

Established in 1945, H&R Sweet Shop is a staple of the Old Village. The address is an old shotgun-style building with a small cafe on the left and a hat shop on the right. Visitors come for deals on griddled burgers, fried oyster plates, and daily specials like cabbage and rice — most dishes under $10.

Expect friendly and fast service at this Mount Pleasant deli. At Mozzo, it’s common to hear, “Hey Jimmy, are you having the regular?” Other patrons can choose from an extensive sandwich menu featuring proteins like chicken cutlet, roast beef, turkey, and Italian meats served on ten different kinds of bread. Daily soups, house-made pickles, and local iced tea are a few of the many accompaniments offered.

A South-meets-Southwest staple of Mount Pleasant, Red Drum has served the community since 2005. An inviting patio, great margaritas made with real ingredients, crispy fried shrimp, and a wood-fired creations from chef Ben Berryhill keep this a date night destination for many in the Lowcountry.

Kanpai is truly a staple of Mount Pleasant dining. Chef Sean Park puts the utmost care into every plate and seems to score the freshest catches around. Always check out the specials, which can range from uni to chutoro.

Located in Towne Center, Savi Cucina has become known for its excellent wine selection, including a wine-tasting room and coveted inclusion in the wine club membership. House-made pasta like the ricotta gnocchi and pizza options including the original fig and prosciutto pie accompany other Italian classics. Situated across from Regal Palmetto Grande movie theatre, Savi Cucina is a great stop before a film.

After a successful run with Ma’am Saab at former food hall Workshop, restaurateurs Maryam Ghaznavi and Raheel Gauba opened another Pakistani restaurant, Malika Canteen, in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. Popular menu items include dahi puri, chicken tikka masala, the kabab roll plate, and paneer tikka masala.

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