Chef Zorba's puts on a new face
Philip Poston

Chef Zorba's puts on a new face

If you drive by Chef Zorba's Greek Restaurant today, you might notice that something is askew. The awning is down, and there's scaffolding up. But don't worry; the restaurant is still open -- it's just putting on a new face.

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Chef Zorba's has been a staple in the Congress Park neighborhood since it opened in 1978, beloved for its big breakfasts and Greek fare.

In 2004 it moved next door to a bigger and better spot; now it's getting its first facelift in a decade. The owners hope to have the work done by the weekend, and in the meantime they promise that the restaurant will remain open with no disruption to service.


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