Orlando’s Zaza New Cuban Diner Plans Big Expansion

The local Cuban restaurant chain serving up Cuban comfort food plans to add three new stores after the Oviedo opening.
Orlando’s Zaza New Cuban Diner Plans Big Expansion
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Last month, What Now Orlando covered the expansion of ZaZa New Cuban Diner to Oviedo. The location is expected to open in October. But even while hard at work opening the company’s sixth spot, owners Ruben Perez and Robert Coyne have had their sights set on the future.

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Zaza has three additional locations planned, reports Orlando Business Journal. Marie Shorey, senior advisor at Palkiper, the Maitland-based commercial real estate firm that represents Zaza, shared the restaurant chain plans to open three locations throughout Central Florida. Zaza is looking for sites in Hunter’s Creek, Winter Park/Maitland, and, potentially, Tampa.

Zaza specializes in Cuban comfort food. “Here at Zaza New Cuban Diner we continue that three-generation familia tradition,” shares the company’s website. “Our familia immigrated to our country to make their home here. They brought with them their pride of serving delicious Cuban American Comfort Food.” At Zaza, breakfast is served all day, and you can order up a plate of Guajir a Breakfast with a coffee made from Zaza’s own roasted beans. Zaza also serves up an array of sandwiches and platos, so no matter what time of day you walk through the door, you’ll find something to enjoy.

Dave Green of Fourth Estate Communications, the communications agency representing Zaza, confirmed the three additional sites but shared that they have not been announced yet. Green wrote in an email to What Now Orlando, “there are sites under consideration, but not confirmed.”

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Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.

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