Cafe World Renewed Renovations Goals: Everything you need to know

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Back that beginning of February, Zynga launched a series of three "Free Renovations" goals in Cafe World, which offered users some pretty nice rewards for completing them - prizes that are normally only found in the game's store for Cafe Cash. Those goals apparently went over fairly well, as the "Renovations" series has been expanded with four new goals, called "Renewed Renovations."

The first of four new goals will only show up on your account once you have finished the first three goals in this series, so check out our complete guide to completing them if you still haven't made your way through them. As for this, once you're ready for what is technically the fourth mission in this series, you'll need to complete three tasks, which should look mighty familiar to those who finished the first trio of missions in this set.

Serve Eggs Benedict 14 Times
Cook Bacon and Eggs 14 Times
Ask for 10 Ladders

Eggs Benedict cooks in six hours, while Bacon and Eggs cooks in nine hours. While you're waiting for those dishes to cook, you can ask your friends for the ladders by clicking on Ask button and then sending individual requests to those friends that you think would be most likely to help you. Your rewards for completing this quest are 2 Stainless Wall Ovens, which are normally only available for 10 Cafe Cash.
Moving on from that quest, you'll start the second of these four new goals, called "A Perfect Pair." This quest asks you to serve quite a bit of food, but luckily, the particular dish doesn't take very long to prepare.

Serve Fish n Chips 45 times
Ask for 12 Lunchboxes
Ask for 12 Coolers

The item collection here is the same process as with the ladders in the first quest, and while you're waiting for your friends to send you those items, you can cook and serve the 45 Fish n Chips, which are ready after just two hours. Again, this is a quest that is nearly identical to that of that released back at the beginning of the month, so don't feel bad if you're suffering from a bit of deja vu. Your rewards for completing this mission are a Stainless Steel Cooker, and a Stainless Steel Countertop, more decorative items that will allow you to build a virtual kitchen in your equally virtual cafe.

The next quest is called Twice as Nice, and it is setup just like A Perfect Pair, asking you to cook a single dish in bulk while asking for 24 collectible items.

Serve Ginger Plum Pork Chops 35 times
Ask for 12 Bibs
Ask for 12 Serving Bowls

The Ginger Plum Pork Chops take a full day to cook, but remember, you can always speed this process up by using spices. You likely won't need to, however, as it will probably take you at least a day, or more, to collect the necessary items anyway. Finishing this quest rewards you with a Stainless Steel Counter, an actual functional item that acts as any other Counter in the game, allowing you to serve food on it.

Finally, after making it through these three new missions (technically six, if you count the missions that come before this), you'll need to run through another cooking and item collecting setup, but the prize here seems to definitely be worth it.

Serve King Crab Bisque 40 times
Ask for 12 Lunchboxes
Ask for 12 Coolers

King Crab Bisque is available to serve after one full day. Again, use spices if you'd rather not wait. Finishing this mission will reward you with two Lightning Stoves. Yes, that's correct - Lightning Stoves. If you don't consider this a worthwhile prize after this work, then I'm not quite sure what could make it better. The only problem will be in actually getting these quests to actually show up on your account in the first place, so that you can ask for these items (is a mission select screen really too much to ask Zynga?).

Let us know what you think of these new missions in the comments. Are two free Lightning Stoves enough of a prize to convince you to push through these quests, or is the item collection portion simply not worth the hassle? We'd love to know what you think.
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