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Zoës Kitchen plans 4 suburban spots

"Mediterranean casual" restaurants

Zoës Kitchen plans 4 suburban spots

Alabama-based "casual Mediterranean" restaurant chain Zoe´s Kitchen plans to open four suburban Philly locations this Spring.
Alabama-based "casual Mediterranean" restaurant chain Zoe's Kitchen plans to open four suburban Philly locations this Spring.

Zoës Kitchen, a Birmingham, Ala.-based "casual Mediterranean" restaurant chain owned by Los Angeles-based Brentwood Associates, says it plans to open four suburban Philadelphia locations this Spring:

March 7: 161 Market Street, Suite 6, Collegeville

April 25: 500 Route 73 South Suite B-7, Marlton

May 2: 280 North Sycamore Street, Newtown

June 6: Bryn Mawr Square, 763 W. Lancaster Ave, Bryn Mawr

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