Thursday, December 30, 2010

Za Za in a nutshell

Posted By on Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 9:10 AM

SPLENDID VARIETY:  Za Za salad choices
Now, where did I put that pesky review? Some time back I wrote about Za Za's fabulous salads, but heck if I can find that article. I suppose it fell through the cracks when we migrated to our new server here.

No matter. Now there are much better pictures to showcase the still-consistent awesomeness that is Za Za. How can I say that? Well, I just darn well like the place. I mean, the pizzas have a flavor I have found nowhere else in the state. The salads are generous. And the gelato. Egads, the gelato. I have gone so many times JUST for the gelato...

But I digress. Pretty pictures and a halfway decent story about the Little Rock created (and Conway exported) shop over on Tie Dye Travels.

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