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anaxgorous | Dec 10, 202111:00 AM     16

After 50 years, genius chef Jozseph Schultz is closing the doors to India Joze in Santa Cruz. Probably best known for his potato hash and his way with calamari, I can vouch for any dish on the menu (shout out to the Mahi Sabzi dish). If you haven't tried his food you should dash over there before it's too late. If you know Joze you've probably been eating there as much as possible since he announced the closure a few months back.

A few tips: order as early as possible (3PM) via their website (no phone calls). Pick a time for pick up or eat-in. Show up a bit early and check-in with front of house (this will get your order in motion). Indicate the spice level for your dishes. Grab a table (or chair if picking up) and wait patiently.

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