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Ori’Zaba’s Scratch Mexican Grill Gives Parents the Break They Deserve with Family Friendly Sundays

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill has created a new, welcoming atmosphere for families every Sunday. The upgraded Sunday dining experience, gives busy parents a much-needed break from daily meal prep, giving kids a yummy dine-in experience where they can be themselves; pajamas and comfy attire are encouraged! Guests want convenient options to fit their stressful schedules which is why Ori'Zaba's has made Sundays a priority to create a safe and healthy choice for families with children.

"This is more than just a 'Kids Eat Free Sunday,' the entire dining experience has been enhanced to give tired parents a place where they can feel comfortable bringing their kids for a meal," said D.J. Wonnacott-Yahnke, Director of Consumer Product Management.

A kid friendly Spotify playlist will be queued every Sunday and family dancing is encouraged! Fresh and fruity, scratch made agua fresca drinks are available as a delicious option to add to their favorite Ori'Zaba's menu items: tacos, burritos and quesadillas.

Free kids meals are available for children 12 and under, with the purchase of an adult entree every single Sunday. Ori'Zaba's uses whole food ingredients in all of their scratch made meals giving parents a fresh and healthy alternative to fast food, where they can feel good about their family meal choices when they dine together at Ori'Zaba's.

With many families working and schooling from home during 'Stay at home mandates,' a restaurant that prioritizes families and kids of all ages, is a welcome addition. Time and care makes Ori'Zaba's Mexican food truly homemade and parent approved, and now with the intention of creating a family bonding experience each and every Sunday, Ori'Zabas is hoping to create new traditions for hectic households.

Ori'Zaba's menu includes popular items including; Ultimate Steak Fries, a spicy Zalapeño Burrito and a Surf and Turf Burrito filled with mega flavors. Customers also have the flexibility to create their own tacos, burritos, bowls, nachos and salads.

About Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill

Ori'Zaba's is a fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain whose mission is to feed the soul of every guest with old world Mexican flavors, made every day with care in their scratch kitchens, with the finest, freshest ingredients. Originating in Las Vegas in 2001, Ori'Zaba's has multiple locations across the area.

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Las Vegas Latin Ghost Kitchen, Melita’s Table, Defies Odds And Expands Offering Dine-In Restaurant Experience In 2021

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Melita's Table, a popular ghost kitchen serving authentic and original Latin meals, has expanded from delivery-only, to now offer a restaurant dining experience.

Las Vegas restaurateur, Kori McClurg launched Melita's Table in 2019 before the pandemic as a unique ghost kitchen concept - preparing meals for delivery only. The ghost kitchen concept defied the odds and found success during the pandemic with meals infused with Old World Latin flavors and a plethora of options to meet many dietary needs including: nut-free, soy-free, gluten-free, and oil-free menu items.

As dining rooms open once again, guests have requested their favorite Melita's flavors be available for dine-in. "Our customers loved Melita's Table as a delivery-only concept and by adding a dine-in option, we can serve more people who are interested in healthy food that tastes amazing," said owner Kori McClurg.

McClurg, who also owns and operates the Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill in the Las Vegas area, found the perfect location for Melita's Table, inside of her Silverado Ranch Ori'Zaba's restaurant.

"By offering our Scratch Mexican menu from Ori'Zaba's and Latin meals from Melita's Table, in the same location, customers can take a flavor trip abroad without having to board an airplane," said Melita's Table Director of Consumer and Product Management, D.J. Wannacott-Yahnke.

Melita's Table offers dishes made with fresh vegetables, whole grains, legumes and unique spice combinations. Melita's entrées are made using unique ingredients: quinoa in tacos, citrus portobello in the chimichanga, and smoky jack asada crafted from jackfruit in burritos. Unique and flavorful options provide a Latin menu for everyone to enjoy and explore.

Those fresh ingredients make Diana Edelman, of Vegan's Baby, thrilled about easier access for Vegans in Las Vegas. She says, "It's been amazing to have Melita's Table as a partner with Vegan's Baby for two years during Vegan Dining Month. Expanding from a kitchen to dine-in makes so much sense. Now, even more people can experience the plant-based cuisine Melita's Table does so well." In January, Melita's Table sold over 400 entrees contributing a donation of almost $520 to Vegan's Baby associated charity, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada.

Melita's menu also includes delectable desserts and amazing appetizers. Tres Leches Cake made with coconut milk, battered artichoke bites, street corn and a variety of homemade empanadas add Latin flair to the menu.

McClurg saw a need in the community for more healthy food options and decided to offer a fresh dine-in experience to go along with their existing food delivery service. "By expanding Melita's Table we can bring flavors and food to more people who may not be able to find meal options for their dietary sensitivities. While Melita's Table serves healthy dishes for those looking for healthier options, the food also tastes amazing," said McClurg.

Food delivery and pick-up are still available, but for those wanting a dine-in experience, Melita's Table is serving meals seven days a week; 10:30am - 9:00pm Monday through Saturday and 11:00am - 8:00pm on Sundays at 1263 E Silverado Ranch Blvd., Las Vegas 89183, located in the Silverado Ranch Center at the intersection of South Maryland Parkway and E Silverado Ranch Blvd.

About Melita's Table

Melita's Table - https://melitastable.com/ - specializes in crafting healthy and flavorful Latin meals using unique whole food ingredients. The menu includes options for everyone; gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free, oil-free and dairy-free. All menu items are made fresh daily using whole grains, legumes, vegetables and clean protein. Try Melita's Food today by ordering online as food delivery, pick-up, catering orders, or dine in person!

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Ori’Zaba’s Scratch Mexican Grill Blazes Into Fall With A New Spicy Guacamole

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Fall flavors are getting revamped! Move over pumpkin spice, Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican grill is turning up the heat on a Mexican classic; available for a limited time, Spicy Guacamole is already a fan favorite.

Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican grill, known for their scratch made, super fresh and flavorful menu, has added a kick of heat for fall and winter to their authentic menu. The Spicy Guacamole is an amped up version of Ori'Zaba's traditional guac.

"We brought this Spicy Guacamole back after it debuted last year and guests begged for it to return. The kick of heat from our roasted chipotle chili peppers is phenomenal and is perfect for the fall and winter season," said D.J. Wonnacott-Yahnke, Director of Consumer Product Management.

Scratch made daily with fresh, never frozen, whole avocados, this guacamole packs a punch of heat with a kick. Chipotle chili peppers are roasted in-house at Ori'Zaba's to create an original spicy blend. Red onion, cilantro, fresh lime juice, garlic and chili de arbol meld together for an unforgettable flavor combination.

The guacamole is called spicy for a very good reason. That kick at the end, will give guests a reason to wipe the tears from their eyes and say "Dang, that's good!" Fans will find themselves picking up another chip for a larger dip!

The guacamole can be ordered as a side, appetizer with chips or included as a topping on any entree. It can also be ordered in a larger eight ounce or pint size through catering for pick-up or delivery.

"The original flavor profile of the Spicy Guacamole is what makes Ori'Zaba's unique. We create authentic recipes and add a twist, packing in fresh flavor to every bite," said Lee Cartledge, Director of Operations.

Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill specializes in fresh, scratch made Mexican meals and has four locations across the Las Vegas metro area.

For more information on Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill and the Spicy Guacamole please contact Nicole Brooks, 720-325-2517 x733, nbrooks@crazygoodmarketing.net.

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Ori’Zaba’s Scratch Mexican Grill Invites Guests for A Limited Time to Hop on The Carolina Reaper Train with Their #SpicySalsaChallenge

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- "Can you handle the heat?" That is the question Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill is asking their fans when they order the new Pebre Salsa Picante. Ori'Zaba's has added the new scratch made salsa to their existing menu for a limited time.

"Our customers love the spice combination in our original salsa, so we thought we would expand our salsa line and kick it up a notch with this new super spicy salsa," said D.J. Wonnacott-Yahnke, Director of Consumer Product Management.

The new Pebre Salsa Picante blends four varieties of peppers: Serrano, Habanero, Carolina Reaper and Arbol with fresh tomatoes, cilantro, green onions, garlic, red wine vinegar and olive oil to create a salsa so spicy it comes with its own disclaimer, "The Pebre Salsa Picante is extremely spicy and should only be attempted by seasoned pepper eaters. We do not recommend this salsa for most people."

The combination of these four specific peppers creates a kick of heat. The Carolina Reaper is recognized as the "World's Hottest Pepper," and using this variety in the salsa, creates an eye-watering flavor that is only for bold and brave taste buds.

Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill specializes in fresh, scratch made Mexican meals and has four locations across the Las Vegas metro area.

Director of Operations, Lee Cartledge said, "A super spicy salsa fits perfect with our menu, you can add it to burritos, eat it with chips and guacamole or add it to any entree, if you can stand the heat!"

The thrill of eating the Pebre Salsa Picante is tempting fans to partake in Ori'Zaba's #SpicySalsaChallenge.

This October, customers can order a three-ounce portion of the Pebre Salsa Picante on any entree and if they are able to eat the entire dish while dining in the restaurant, their next meal entree is on Ori'Zaba's! The salsa is only available for a limited time, so customers are encouraged to get it while it's hot! (no pun intended - it's super hot!)

The #SpicySalsaChallenge runs through Halloween 2020 at which time, this Carolina Reaper salsa becomes a ghost and disappears.

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Las Vegas Restaurant Franchise Provides Healthy and Safe Meals For The Las Vegas Community During The Coronavirus Crisis

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Ori'Zaba's, one of Las Vegas's most popular scratch Mexican food franchises, is open for business and dedicated to serving the public in this time of concern and need.

Since 2001, the Mexican food franchise has served the Las Vegas community. And owner, Kori McClurg, has pledged to continue to provide safe, secure and affordable food to the Las Vegas community during this unprecedented time in our history.

Our restaurants are operating and offering free pick up orders - including beer orders - through our online site at: https://zabas.com/

"Everyone is doing their best during this stressful time," McClurg said. "We are with you and we support all the great work being done by healthcare workers, teachers, and everyone on the front lines of this crisis."

McClurg said the Ori'Zaba's family will provide healthy and safe food for the community. Those seeking the very best from our staff can get free pick up orders just inside our door at a contact-free station. In addition, all our offerings are labeled for accuracy and sealed for safety. We are also now offering beer and specialty drinks to go! Add beer or specialty drinks to any pick-up order.

Delivery options have been expanded to include; DoorDash, Postmates, Grubhub, UberEats and also EZCater.

Mexican dishes available for order include: Build Your Own Burritos and Bowls that can be filled with grilled chicken, slow roasted shredded beef and hand-trimmed steak marinated in Zabadobo spices. See more menu details online at https://zabas.com/zabas-menu/

Ori'Zaba's also makes grocery shopping easy! Our restaurant offers "A La Carte" options to help keep refrigerators stocked with essentials. Our catering menu includes "grocery list" items that will make meal prep easy. Our sides can feed 3-25 people and include pre-prepared rice, beans, cheese, grilled chicken, steak and grilled lime shrimp, just to name a few. Shopping can be easy when essentials like sour cream, guacamole, chips, salsa and tortillas can be ordered in one place. For our full offering of items, see our online ordering page. https://zabas.com/order-online/

All "grocery list" items can be delivered straight to your door in tamper-proof bags. Or order free pick-up and your items will be just inside the restaurant door at our contact-free station.

"We are all in this fight together," McClurg said. "But there's no need to miss out on easy to get, fresh, safe and healthy food. Let's eat well, live well, and stay strong."

For more information about Ori'Zaba's, and how to stay healthy with the best Mexican food in Las Vegas, contact: Nicole Brooks at nbrooks@crazygoodmarketing.com or go to https://zabas.com/.

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Las Vegas Restaurant Franchise Focuses on Equal Opportunity and Provides Leadership Roles for Women!

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Ori'Zaba's, one of Las Vegas's most popular scratch Mexican food franchises, has become a leading voice - and employer - for women who seek leadership roles in the restaurant industry.

The nineteen-year-old Mexican food franchise was founded by longtime Las Vegas restaurateur Kori McClurg, a military veteran and corporate executive, who understands the value women managers, employees and leaders bring to a company.

After serving in the United States Air Force and working as a defense contractor, Kori developed strong analytic and leadership skills, which she most recently put to work managing private investments and as an owner of Ori'Zaba's Scratch Mexican Grill.

"As a woman, who has fought her way up in the military and also the corporate chain of command, I know the challenges women face in the workplace. That's why Ori'Zaba's stresses a culture that celebrates women leaders," McClurg said.

The company actively engages in a hiring and promotional process that increases the number of talented women in leadership roles. More than 80 percent of the of Ori'Zaba's Franchise General Managers are women. About 60 percent of the company's executive team are women.

"Women make up the majority of the population and it's about time companies and franchises reflect that reality and bring more women into all workplaces," McClurg said.

"We wanted to enhance our culture, improve training, and reduce turnover. The people we have in our GM positions have been able to achieve that. I believe that is a testament to skills that are not traditionally thought of as strong leadership characteristics. When we start thinking about what actually impacts our business and the bottom line versus what makes a 'strong' leader, these women have been able to make a difference," McClurg said.

In honor of International Women's Day 2020, which takes place March 8, and to truly understand the significance of Ori'Zaba's commitment, McClurg said it is important to highlight the history of the international women's rights movement.

The History of International Women's Day
Since the first gathering in 1911, International Women's Day (IWD) has been celebrated annually on March 8.

In that time, the women's rights movement has celebrated many victories, including but not limited to:

* In 1948, the United Nations adopted the first international document to assert "the dignity and worth of the human person and [the] equal rights of men and women."
* In 1979, the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
* In 2017, the Women's March on Washington, DC, became the largest international mass demonstration in support of women's rights. Affiliated marches were held in Accra, Bangkok, Paris, Nairobi, Belgrade, Buenos Aires, Krakow, and even Antarctica.

Women in Leadership

By 2018, women made up nearly half (46.9%) of the whole US labor force, yet they only accounted for slightly over a third (40.0%) of managers.

Believe it or not, in 2019, there were still fewer women in leadership positions than there were men named John.

That figure seems astounding in light of research conducted by Harvard Business Review found that, "Women Score Higher Than Men in Most Leadership Skills."

"As a woman who has served in the military and in the corporate world, I do understand the challenges that women face in the workplace. My intention has been to create a place where people can be successful right along with the company. Because of my experience, I have the objectivity to see what's actually valuable versus the way things have always been done or who has always done them," McClurg said.

There is no doubt that the healthy growth of Ori'Zaba's franchise family, since its creation in 2001, is in great part due to these amazing energetic women leaders.

Ladies, on behalf of the whole Ori'Zaba's franchise family - thank you!

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For more information about Ori'Zaba's, or the value women bring to any workplace, contact: Nicole Brooks, Sr. Marketing Specialist, Crazy Good Marketing, 720-325-2517 x733, nbrooks@crazygoodmarketing.net

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