From Our Editors
The dining experience at ZABOO comes from an eclectic recipe: live dueling Pianos, fine food, and casual atmosphere. The lounge features 30 flat screen TVs wired into pay-per-view networks, including Pay Per View NFL Sunday Ticket during football season and for year-round sports action. The full bar boasts 32 beer taps and a few deft-handed bartenders, and there's even a hookah lounge where guests can relax. The sidewalk out front and patio out back both offer al fresco dining and people-watching options. All of these casual enjoyments come with access to an extensive menu, which features aged prime rib steaks with sides of sauteed quinoa or pan-seared ahi tuna over a bed of greens with Asian ginger dressing.
Sometimes, the staff turns the volume on the TVs down, making auditory room for their evening dueling piano show. Two to Four pianists duke it out in a ever-escalating performance of one-ups-manship, culminating in the transformation of their duel into a duet. After dinner, a game, or a bit musicianship, the staff clears tables to expose a dance floor, where visitors can show off their moves.