Stopped in here for lunch with family on July 4th. There was no wait which was nice! Our waiter was fantastic! Everyone enjoyed there food, we will be back for sure the next time we are in the area!
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I visited zuma for a late lunch with my daughter. Our food and service was average, nothing to complain about but very forgettable overall. However, it was obvious that the distressed appearance of the seating was due to wear and tear, not just a trendy...More
This evening my husband and I decided to have an early dinner. While we both love seafood, we wanted a change. Thus we chose Zuma and were so happy we did. We were greeted promptly and friendly. Upon being seated, Cynthia E. Came to greet...More
I got Togo food here three times. Ribs twice and the BBQ combo once. BBQ was decent. Didn't have a lot of smoke flavor but was Nice and tender. Sides were good and had low carb options in grilled squash and coleslaw. BBQ sauce was...More
The neon strawberry margaritas on the rocks are amazing! Nachos Classico good as well, it's nice because each nacho has all the toppings on it, rather than just the nachos on top. I got the BBQ brisket sandwich. The brisket was good but the sandwich...More
Seems strange to describe a restaurant in this way, but, that is what it is. we went for dinner. very good menu choices.
Set in a historic basement, this place rocks! Great blackened fajitas, great pricing, great magraritas, quick service, etc. Free chips and salsa too. We LOVED it!
The place is tucked away a bit in the lower level of the building but there is a large sign outside that made it easy to find. A quaint little place. Very friendly, helpful staff. Guacomole was very good. The margarita I had was ok...More
They drraw you in with a sign that is,cute and funny. The place is cute and comfy. AWESOME staff and super friendly relaxed atmosphere....we will definitely make this a,destination when visiting Boston