Miami is the ultimate melting pot, where different types of people and cultures blend together as one.
This is why oversees concepts often make their debut in the U.S. by expanding first in this especially culturally diverse city.
But local restaurateurs are also gaining traction in the market with concepts that appeal to adventurous foodies looking for ethnic tastes.
The team that brought My Ceviche, a south American fusion seafood-focused fast casual concept with six stores in the Miami area, decided to introduce a new fast casual to the Miami market.
Enter Zuuk Mediterranean.
The first store in Brickell opened in April and serves Mediterranean-inspired items. This style of food appeals to today’s diners (millennials, in particular) because it offers an array of flavorful healthy choices.
Like My Ceviche, Zuuk has create-your-own bowls and pita wraps, along with other nutritious offerings like fresh-pressed juices and Boylan Bottled soda. The restaurant also prides itself on not using a fryer to prepare any of the food offerings.Read More