Thursday, December 1, 2022

Zoe’s Kitchen in Settler’s Market Will Become CAVA

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JAMES CITY-The popular fast-casual Greek style restaurant Zoe’s Kitchen in Settler’s Market will close its doors on March 16. The restaurant will be renovated and reopen later this spring as CAVA, another chain establishment that also serves up Mediterranean fare.

CAVA, a Maryland-based chain, first bought out the Zoe’s Kitchen chain in 2018. CAVA will expand from 66 locations across the country to more than 300 with the acquirement of Zoe’s Kitchen. CAVA already has locations in Richmond and in Hampton Roads in Chesapeake and Virginia Beach.

A decision on whether to convert the Zoe’s Kitchen located in the Marketplace at Tech Center in Newport News has not been determined.

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