New restaurant now open at Cornerstone of Centerville

Another new restaurant poised to join the growing roster of new eateries at the Cornerstone of Centerville development is now hiring.

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Zoup! restaurant, which operates a location on Ohio 725 in Washington Twp., is gearing up to open in the Shoppes at Cornerstone III, the four-tenant retail building along Wilmington Pike on the western edge of the Cornerstone development. The building also houses MOD Pizza, First Watch and Firehouse Subs.

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The Zoup! restaurant at Cornerstone of Centerville is now hiring. MARK FISHER/STAFF (Staff Writer)

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The precise date of opening hasn’t been set, “but it should be sometime in January,” a spokeswoman for Zoup! told this news outlet via email Wednesday night. A sign on the restaurant’s door invites interested persons to apply at

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Zoup! offers 12 rotating daily varieties of soup, including low-fat, vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options, and also serves made-to-order salads and sandwiches. Among the customer-favorite soups are Chicken Potpie, Lobster Bisque and Vegetarian Split Pea, and catering is available, a Zoup! spokeswoman said.

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The Zoup! restaurant at Cornerstone of Centerville is now hiring. MARK FISHER/STAFF (Staff Writer)

The 2,000-square-foot restaurant will seat 49 guests and employ about 20 people, Zoup officials said in a Dec. 1 release.

The first Zoup! restaurant opened in Southfield, Mich., in suburban Detroit in 1998. The chain operates more than 100 restaurants in 19 U.S. states and Canadian provinces.

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