Zorro's offers menu options influenced by southern New Mexico that are unique compared to other Hwy 6 options.
The lady who drives the kitchen and menu is from Albuquerque, New Mexico, so the influence is a blend of southern and northern New Mexico, with a stronger influence of the Hatch green chilies than the dried red chilies of the north.
My wife and I were each taking antibiotics for treating opportunistic infections as Thanksgiving approached. We decided that we just did not want to prepare Thanksgiving at home, or deal with a crowded venue in Bryan/College Station. Zorro's had an ad in the local newspaper that they would be open Thanksgiving day, so we decided that we would try the place for the first time.
Our choice was a good one, and our order was to fix us plates from the cooks choice. The turkey (both light and dark), ham, dressing, etc. was excellent.
We spend most of our time at our house in nearby Hearne, so we will be returning to Zorro's soon to try other menu items.
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