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Zarraffa's Coffee drops new dual-lane drive-thru store

The store also has a 50-person seating capacity.

Zarraffa’s Coffee has opened a store in Currumbin on the Gold Coast, which features a dual-lane drive-thru allowing for quick and convenient service during busy periods and a welcoming in-store area that offers seating for up to 50 people.

The new store is located on the thoroughfare of Stewart Road, Currumbin Waters, servicing the bustling coastal area and surrounding suburbs, and is conveniently located in close proximity to the M1 highway with access north and southbound.

This brings the total of Zarraffa’s Coffee to 74.

“As the 74th store, the Currumbin opening represents another milestone in Zarraffa’s continued growth and commitment to delivering the highest quality coffee and customer experiences, keeping on track for the brand’s trajectory for growth,” Marnie Sheldon, CEO of Zarraffa’s Coffee said.

The store is also the sixth one for Zarraffa’s seasoned franchisees, Keyur and Priti Shah and Hemal and Mona Keniya, the husband-and-wife business partners who, according to Zarraffa’s, have been integral to its brand since opening their first store on the Gold Coast in Palm Beach in 2006.

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