Great Sweet Potato Fries!.
The first time I came to Zoe's, I had just moved from NYC to Boston, and I really wanted to find a Diner - type place - that had good Sweet Potato fries.
As soon as I saw that on the menu outside I was super excited - Even more-so after I tried them. There is a wide selection of food - breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and it is pretty good food. The staff is friendly and it's a very relaxed atmosphere. It can get pretty crowded on the weekends, but overall it's a great place to come for (good) "Diner Food" and it's especially good for picky eaters. Def. check it out!
Good for brunch or you are with a group of picky eaters. Zoe's has good diner food -- with a mix of Greek dishes and some Jewish foods. They have a lamb specialty of the house that is good for dinner (it's delicious, cheap, and will definitely fill you up). I think the thing that Zoe's does best is brunch food. There's a big menu for brunch and lunch, so it's great if you have non-adventurous or picky eaters with you. It seems to be kid-friendly as well (I don't have children, but I notice there are a lot of them there.)
Good Deal on Breakfast. Zoe's has a typical diner atmosphere, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. It has a great deal on breakfasts: (ex: Daily Double) for around five bucks...but get there early on weekends or expect at least half hour weight. I recommend the Tex Mex Salad, ask for it with grilled steak. Huge portion and delicious! I only wish this place were open later.
Not bad. The pancakes were decent, but the hot chocolate was Swiss Miss. (yuck!) It gets really, really crowded on weekends, and my party of three wound up having to wait for an hour. I'll probably give it another shot, but with the knowledge that the hot chocolate isn't good and that there will probably be a long wait.
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