Zippy's

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A Zippy's Restaurant, Oahu, Hawaii

Zippy's is a combination fast-food and casual dining restaurant chain in Hawaii which opened in 1966.[1] All restaurants are located on Oahu except for one location on Maui and one on the Big Island.[2] Zippy's has a team of more than 2,500 people.[1]

Locations[3][edit]

Oahu[edit]

Maui[edit]

Big Island[edit]

Menu[edit]

Zippy's is open 24 hours and offers a wide variety of food combining American, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Hawaiian cuisine. Its signature food is their Original Recipe Chili. Zippy's sells over 110 tons of it every month through their stores, fund raising activities, and in retail markets.[1]

Many Zippy's locations are using local beef in their hamburger steak, prime patties and hamburger patties. Local or “Hawaii Grown” beef is beef from cattle born and raised entirely in Hawaii, and sold in Hawaii, having no antibiotics or growth-stimulating hormones and has high levels of beta carotene, vitamin E, C, and Omega 3 fatty acids.[5]

Related chains[edit]

A Zippy's Restaurant with an attached Napoleon's Bakery, Oahu, Hawaii

Most Zippy's restaurants also contain a separate counter for Napoleon's Bakery.[6] Two locations contain a separate sushi bar.[7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "About Zippy's". Retrieved September 12, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Zippy's coming to Hilo". Retrieved August 28, 2012. 
  3. ^ http://zippys.com/live/about-us/
  4. ^ "Zippy's coming to Hilo". Retrieved August 28, 2012. 
  5. ^ Shaun Chillingworth (October 2010). "Zippy's Switches to Local Beef". Honolulu. Retrieved September 12, 2010. 
  6. ^ Napoleon's Bakery Store Locator
  7. ^ Zippy's Locations

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