ZIO Ristorante

Row 1

Details
17 W 19th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 352-1700
Italian, Mediterranean
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Between the cozy fall colors of the decor and gentle amber-and-red glow of the lighting, Zios dining room primes guests for a meal as romantic as an Italian sunset.
  • The salmon pizza and wild mushroom truffle risotto were delicious! Ambience is quiet and gorgeous. Perfect for a meal with friends.
  • Orecchiette is amazing
  • the food was exquisite; is you have a chance go and enjoy their prefix menu for restaurant week :)
  • If you come here for brunch, the sunny side up eggs on toast with ham and truffle sauce is delicious!
  • Try any of the ravioli from Chef Max !
  • We've heard nice things about the lamb carpaccio, crunchy saffron risotto cakes, oxtail ravioli, and roasted veal chop.
  • The food here is phenomenal!!! The lamb is to die for, lobster ravioli is delicious and the bone marrow is surprisingly delectable!!! Plus they play good music!! Big ups there! :)
  • Definitely underrated at 8.0. Prob not above a 9.0 but was very good. Service was excellent.
  • The rib ravioli on the happy hour menu, ftw
  • Omg that happy hour rib ravioli
  • Everything is delicious here - especially the scallops and homemade pasta
  • Risotto al salto is so yummy!
  • They had nice Italian food, we went one day before to Carmine's and I love it better here, the staff is attentive and the good is so delicious!!! And not big enormous sizes like the other one,
  • Disappointed. Small mozzarella pizza for 17 bucks, crunchy crust. Tagliata wasn't freat meat quality. All in all overpriced with loud music and bad acoustic.
  • ~20$ for lunch, paninins, primis, etc
  • a mosquito flew into my brussel sprouts so i couldnt enjoy them. but food was solid.
  • The ravioli rocked my world.
  • The fusilli with scallops and the entire dessert menu were delicious.
  • What's good here? Everything!