Went for a couple of beers and they gave us free nachos. Went back for ta is and more beer the next night. Staff very helpful went out of their way to be friendly.
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Zorro's is on Price Street, and this is a busy relatively fast) street. So although there was a musician singing songs, that combined with the traffic noise and other conversation, made the whole place really loud. The food was just OK. The clam chowder was...More
Cute little neighborhood restaurant. Has indoor and outside seating. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Makes their own homemade salsa which is excellent and you can buy a jar. No ocean view, but definitely worth a visit. Wait staff was very friendly. Enjoy!
Zorro's offers late breakfast, but we decided to have lunch. They also offer a doggie menu with many options. My husband & I shared California chicken melt with fries (can be substituted ie. Fruit & more). My husband also had their "peoples choice award winning"...More
I keep wanting this place to be excellent. I love the small size, the decor, the high energy and the staff (who really enjoy each other!). The chips are fresh and the salsa is very good. Each time we go here we have something that...More
The food here was oriented around the Latino culture but offered some classic burgers and solid fish. The restaurant often has a wait list for 5-10 minutes but on a nice day can be very rewarding and nice. I would speak highly of this restaurant...More
Food was good in this casual setting. We didn't have anything that was amazing but the dishes were all on the good level. Carnitas burrito, carnitas plate and kids chicken nuggets. I don't think you will go wrong here but it's not off the charts...More
We wanted some Mexican food we tried something different, I had chicken enchiladas and they are not stingy they were filled with chicken, great flavor. The venue was good a small place but very busy and all the staff was friendly. I definitely would eat...More
Zorro's is a small local eatery with a single dining room of maybe ten tables, plus a five-or six-seat bar (beer and wine only) and a few outdoor tables. It's in an unimpressive brick building, but the walls are painted bright orange and are hung...More