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    Zoup! Preps for First Malvern Location

  • Industry News September 11, 2018

    Zoup!, the fast casual restaurant known for its award-winning soups and made-to-order salads and sandwiches, is set to open its first Malvern, Pennsylvania, location on Monday, September 24. The new restaurant is located in the Uptown Worthington development on Philadelphia’s Main Line. It’s the fifth Zoup! for franchise owners Paul and Julie Diaz, who opened their first store 11 years ago in nearby Frazer and currently own Zoup! restaurants in Lancaster, Plymouth Meeting, Wyomissing and Collegeville.

    “We’re very excited to bring Zoup!’s quality gourmet soups to Uptown Worthington,” says Paul Diaz. “Julie and I fell in love with Zoup! because of its delicious food, first-class customer service and proud culture of serving the community, and we’re confident that Malvern is going to love it, too. We can’t wait to start serving our award-winning soups, salads and sandwiches to our new neighbors.”

    Located at 650 Carnegie Blvd. in Malvern, Zoup! is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. The restaurant is 2,366 square feet, seats 71 guests and employs around 15 people from the community. Those interested in applying are encouraged to visit zoup.com/careers for more information.

    Zoup! features a wide variety of award-winning soups with 12 rotating daily varieties, including low-fat, low-cal, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options, all served with a hunk of freshly baked bread. Customer favorites include Chicken Potpie, Lobster Bisque and Brewhouse Cheddar, but guests are encouraged to find the soup that’s perfect for them by sampling before they order. The menu also features seasonal, made-to-order salads and sandwiches, and all menu items are available in convenient catering sizes for groups of 10 or more. Online ordering is also available at zoup.com. Guests should join Zoup!’s InsiderZ program for more information, news and special offers including a “buy a bowl, get one free” deal just by signing up.

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