Z'otz looks just like it was sprung from a hellish, late-night brainstorm between Edward Gorey and Terry Gilliam (Fisher King, 12 Monkeys) -- incoherent, dilapidated, abstract, and carrying a strong, menacing, gothic undertone. This is not the place to have a Sunday brunch after church; it's a place to discuss Marx and Engels while hardcore punk or industrial music pounds away in the background.
Z'otz is very proudly fair-trade and makes it a point to support local businesses. Try one of their giant cookies and a hibiscus iced tea and admire the art on the walls (stuff like cut-up dolls and angry, dark-looking expressionist drawings: not exactly the sunnier side of life). Experiment a bit with the different coffee and tea blends but make sure you don't run low on money; as of this review, they are cash-only.
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