Zoës Kitchen will offer Mediterranean-inspired dishes made from scratch, daily, with simple ingredients, such as fresh fruits, vegetables and grilled, lean proteins prepared with herbs and olive oil. The fast-casual restaurant will also feature a variety of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, as well as a full catering menu.
“We’re thrilled to bring our unique dining experience and deliver goodness to guests at West Town Corners,” said Freddy Fonzo, regional operator at Zoës Kitchen. “Our fresh Mediterranean-inspired dishes will be a great option for shoppers looking to enjoy a quick, wholesome meal that will leave them feeling great.”
Sus Hi Eat Station, a fast-casual sushi restaurant headquartered in Orlando, is a ninja-themed eatery that creates a fun and creative customer experience fueled by a passion for dining and integrity. Owners Robert and Teresa Ly strive to promote individuality and freedom of expression through food. Sus Hi Eatstation has a menu that satisfies a wide range of diets, from gluten-free to vegan. Each “ninja creation” is completely unique offering customers a choice of three options: a roll, bowl or wrap filled with a selection of nine proteins, 23 fresh ingredients including sweet potatoes, mangoes and avocado topped with one or more of 20 sweet, savory or spicy sauces made from scratch.
West Town Corners is located at 280 South State Road 434 (northwest and southwest corners of State Road 434 and West Town Parkway, just south of SR 436) in Altamonte Springs
Founded in 1995, Zoës Kitchen is a fast casual restaurant concept serving a distinct menu of fresh, wholesome, Mediterranean dishes delivered with Southern hospitality. With over 170 locations in 17 states across the United States, Zoës Kitchen aims to deliver goodness to its guests by providing simple, tasty and fresh Mediterranean meals, inspired by family recipes, and made from scratch daily. For more information, please visit www.zoeskitchen.com, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Both the Ly and Chan families escaped communism from Vietnam and settled in the United States in the 1980s. With an entrepreneurial drive and over 20 years of combined restaurant experience, the duo sought to revolutionize the traditional sushi experience. In August 2011, Sus Hi Eatstation opened for business. With multiple locations opening in the next year, the restaurant’s mission to become the number one fast-casual sushi establishment is in motion. For more information, please visit www.sushieatstation.com/, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.