Great place to end high road from Taos back to Dixon. Squash taco--who knew?? Fourth trip to Taos and I'm so glad I ate here!
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Great homemade New Mexican food with a community vibe and casual atmosphere. Breakfasts are especially good, well priced and flavorful. We'll look forward to returning again and again.
There are very few times when I make yummy noises our loud, our trip to Zuly's was one of them. The burrito I had for dinner was absolutely one of the best I can recall. There is a wide and varied menu. The only downside...More
We had a late breakfast. Breakfast is abundant, flavorful with fresh ingredients .The menu is large. They are open for lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday
Stumbled on this spot just off the low road to Taos and so glad I did! Had the 3 taco plate for lunch -- 2 calabacitas (squash) and 1 beef, with beans, rice, fresh tomatoes and lettuce rounding out the plate. Very tasty, especially the...More
Excellent New Mexico spice foods, however, I cannot eat it. Great steak, great hamburgers, excellent enchiladas even if you do not choose red or green or christmas!
After a morning on the Rio Grande we were hungry and tired. Zuly's cottonwood shaded patio was a cool resting spot and the calabacita enchiladas were outstanding. Good red chile, cold beer and generous scoops of ice cream in waffle cones. Perfect.
We arrived just before Zuly's closed and were able to order for takeaway - the final result was delicious and we could tell that eating in would be a treat, as well - especially the tempting ice cream options! No better combination than super nice...More
I was visiting Dixon and happened to be there for Studio Tour.. I had the pleasure of eating there for Breakfast one day (chorizo breakfast something that was excellent) and Lunch the next day with a group.... Such good food with an ice cold Negro...More