This place might be a little hard to find, but thank goodness for GPS and mapquest. Follow the directions and you will be rewarded with and a great meal and service.
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This place serves American food as tapas. In other words, 100% American standard food (fried in grease) in smaller portions with higher price. We expected Spanish tapas, but they do not serve that at all.
The food was tasty, but so many things on the menu are not tapas. Tapas to me are small dishes, that are more finger food than not. Soup is not a tapas. A filet Mignon is not a Tapas. Just my opinion. To me this...More
We have been coming here for years, and it never disappoints! Our trip to North Carolina is never complete without a night out at Zuzda's! I absolutely love this place!!! So quaint and romantic! I am always fascinated by the draped ceilings! It really transports...More
With a wintry weekend and staying at Harmony Hostel, we ventured out to Zuzda which was less than half a mile away. We ordered three specials - the filet steak was amazing & very tender. My husband thought the Gorgonzola butter sauce was overwhelming but...More
we were staying on Sugar Mountain for ski weekend Jan 17-20th. My daughter is a vegetarian and when looking on line for a resturant to eat at we came across Zuzda which had a nice vegetarian selection. When we arrived we were immediately greeted by...More
I went with a group of friends for NYE dinner and it was amazing. We all got different tapas and split them family style. I had the oyster gazpacho shooters (I did not like them), stuffed portobello and the bbq applewood shrimp. Everything was tasteful...More
We love this place! The portions are small and we enjoy getting several different things to make our meal. We've also picked things up to eat at home. The people are always friendly and helpful. The restaurant has some cool eclectic things about it. My...More
We had dinner tonight (12/27/15), everything was excellent, including the Montepulciano wine. The Lobster Brisque could not be better in Maine and the trout just had jumped out of the river onto the table.