Zorba’s Taverna Restaurant and Bar

97 Stafford Street Worcester, MA 01603


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Zorba’s Stuffed Shrimp

A wonderful alternative to the standard shrimp with red sauce, Zorba’s Taverna Restaurant and Bar's seafood Stuffed Shrimp is perfect for the seafood lover transitioning from light summer fare to warmer, heartier fall dinners. Each...



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Oompa! This is the word that comes to mind when I envision the cuisine I devoured at Zorba's Taverna Restaurant and Bar! After scanning the extensive menu, I narrowed my choices down to 5. After...


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