Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Zoës Kitchen, Mediterranean casual, opening soon on Chenal

Posted By on Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 11:21 AM

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Zoës Kitchen,
which will serve healthy "Mediterranean-inspired" dishes both for dine-in and takeout, will give away 500 free entrees to celebrate its opening Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 12900 Chenal Blvd., just west of Target. You don't have to wait until the 27th to get a free meal however; sign up here to win a year of free meals for two.

The new Zoës, which is located in 17 states, is the second to open in Arkansas; the first opened in Fayetteville. According to the restaurant's website, a third Zoës will open in Park Plaza "soon."

The restaurant serves "lean proteins that are predominantly preservative and additive free," a news release from the company says. The menu includes chicken and salmon kabobs, steak rollups, hummus and salads, as well as vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free offerings. No food is fried or nuked, the news release said. The restaurant's catering service includes personalized Game Day Party Packs.

The restaurant, which also sells food by the pint, will seat 84 in the Chenal site dining room and 40 on the patio. Hours will be 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The restaurant has applied for a license to serve beer and wine.

Beer and wine will be served; read more at the restaurant's Facebook page.

 

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