Hands-On Deliciousness 

The second Zemam's is essentially a larger sequel to the original location, but that's fine by us

For decades, Zemam's has been in the same spot on Broadway Boulevard, serving up highly praised, authentic Ethiopian food out of a small, 50-seat restaurant—and in a market that sees serious restaurant turnover, year after year, that's no small feat. With the…

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