Zeus Street Greek continues expansion

Zeus Street GreekZeus Street Greek has opened its 15th store at Westfield Chermside’s dining precinct which forms part of the centre’s $355 million redevelopment.

The store design of Zeus Westfield Chermside reflects Zeus’s ‘old meets new’ philosophy, achieved through the integration of art deco and geometric tiling and wood panelling, the use of timber feature walls, neon lighting, raw stone finishes and vibrant colours. The store can accommodate 83 guests across a mix of banquet and table seating.

“We’re thrilled with how the space has come to life,” said Costa Anastasiadis, Zeus Street Greek’s co-founder. “It is everything we strive to achieve in a Zeus store; warm, inviting and exceptionally designed. We’re confident it will provide our customers with the perfect platform to experience the Zeus brand in a way that fits with their busy lifestyle.”

“We opened our first store in Brisbane’s South Bank, our second Zeus store, almost two years ago and the reception was overwhelming,” said Anastasiadis.

“Brisbane’s food scene is thriving and we’re thrilled to be a part of the action again with the opening of Zeus Westfield Chermside,” he said.

Anastasiadis said they will also be bringing Zeus into the heart of Brisbane’s CBD with the opening of Zeus Queens Plaza in July.

To celebrate the new opening in Westfield Chermside, Zeus will make a donation to local charity partner, Hummingbird House, which is Queensland’s only children’s hospice.

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