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Tune in to CNBC Wednesday for local Taste (and vote for it, too!)

Nunu's Mediterranean Cafe and Market owner Clayton Farhood and general manager Stephen Bradley will appear on CNBC's "Restaurant Startup" on Wednesday at 9 p.m., and they need your help.

The show was recorded last year in Los Angeles and the results have already been decided, but you can watch the pitch Farhood and Bradley gave in advance and vote for them here.

"Restaurant Startup" stars restaurateur Joe Bastianich and chef Tim Love populate a panel that listens to pitches for potential investment. On Wednesday's episode, Farhood and Bradley pitch a concept called Taste specializing in Middle Eastern mezzes (small plates), wine and cocktails.

In the video linked, you will get a glimpse of the space Farhood and Bradley were interested in and it should be familiar. I know the "reality" in Reality TV is pure fiction, but the space in the clip is home to an actual restaurant that opened a few months ago. Nevertheless, take a look at the video and vote local!

Dave Cathey

The Oklahoman's food editor, Dave Cathey, keeps his eye on culinary arts and serves up news and reviews from Oklahoma‚Äôs booming food scene. Read more ›

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