Make Your Own Milkshake at the Newly Opened Zaza

01/20/2022 in
Make Your Own Milkshake at the Newly Opened Zaza

A highly anticipated diner is in the neighborhood at last: Zaza (104 Greenwich Street), which had nearly two years of Covid-related delays in opening, has finally fired up its grill and, judging by the photos snapped by some early patrons, looks absolutely delicious. 

The diner has 11 pages of menu for you to flip through before deciding which of the dozens of melts, panini and hot sandwiches you’d like to devour. There’s also a requisite selection of never-ending breakfast plates from which to choose (e.g. chocolate-chip pancakes for the table). And, if there’s still room, go for one of their milk shakes for $7 — and customize the flavor (chocolate, vanilla, strawberry) and its additions (Oreo crumbles, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Nutella) all by yourself. Honestly you deserve it, imo.

If you’re in a rush, stop by the window stationed next to their coffee bar to grab a brisk sidewalk takeout option. 

Zaza will be open seven days per week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. For 10% off your first visit, give them a follow on Instagram

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