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Zoës Kitchen Will Open an Alexandria Location on October 24
A new sandwich-and-salad spot is coming to King Street. By Jessica Voelker
Zoës Kitchen arrives in Alexandria this month. Photograph via Flickr user Foodie Buddha.
Comments () | Published October 14, 2013

National chain Zoës Kitchen will open its 98th branch this month in Alexandria. The Mediterranean-style counter-service spot has four other locations in Northern Virginia—in Reston, Arlington, Woodbridge, and Fairfax.

What does one eat there? You’ll find healthy options such as a hummus platter or a quinoa salad with tomato, onion, and celery. “Classic” sandwiches include tuna and pimiento cheese; there are also grilled and pita ’wiches. Menus vary by location, and Zoës offers catering as well. Press materials from the chain point out that the menu features several gluten-free options.
Look for the new location to debut at 3644 King Street.

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