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September 22, 2013

Zoës Kitchen opens new location in Norman

NORMAN — Zoës Kitchen, a Mediterranean fast-casual restaurant, recently opened in Norman marking the company’s 93rd location in 15 states. Zoës’ Norman location, 1651 24th Avenue Northwest, seats approximately 81 guests in the dining room, including an outdoor patio which seats 36. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The new location also plans to offer beer and wine.

“We’re thrilled to grow our presence in Oklahoma and can’t wait to share our homemade Mediterranean recipes with this community,” said James Chang, regional operator of Zoës Kitchen in Norman. “From the start, it’s been our mission to deliver fresh, authentic dishes and share our Southern hospitality with each guest every day.”

Founded in 1995, Zoës Kitchen is a fast-casual restaurant that was born in the Mediterranean and raised in the South. It prepares made-from-scratch Mediterranean food designed to help customers celebrate life with family and friends through providing authentic, better-for-you recipes that are hand-prepared daily with wholesome, close-to-the-garden ingredients and served with a side of Southern hospitality.

Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes are also available. Zoës Kitchen has 93 locations in 15 states across the U.S. For more information, please visit www.zoeskitchen.com, www.facebook.com/ZoesKitchen or twitter.com/ZoesKitchen.

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