Zio will be closed on Eastern Sunday
Happy Easter and we will see you back on Monday
OUR PHILOSOPHY IS A SIMPLE ONE:
serve authentic Italian fare in a friendly and casual setting, at a
Many of our recipes were brought over from Italy with my
and have been enjoyed by legions of patrons since 1946 at
New York restaurant. So please relax, enjoy yourself, and
let us know
if we can do anything to make your visit more enjoyable.
Jim & Teri Consol
To our Zio family, friends & patrons:
On February 12th, our dear friends and neighbors, Angel and Walt Kuchinski learned that their 7 year old grandson, Xander, had a brain tumor. The next morning 98% of is was successfully removed, leaving 2% embedded in his brain stem. He recovered from surgery well, but now the cancer is spreading to his brain and spine.
Xander is the first born grandson of Angel and Walt. He was born on my birthday and I feel like he was my first grandchild, too, as Angel shared him often with me and our daughter, Alana. Alana and Xander have a special bond, too, because he has been smitten with her since he was a baby.
Please, if you can, help this family FIGHT CANCER by donating to their GoFundMe campaign.