I've been to Zia Marie a handful of times this past year and really like it. The restaurant is pretty small -- it can get crowded at peak times in the summer -- but very cozy. I actually like it best in the winter b/c there's a glass fireplace in the middle of the dining room and it's a little less busy, I think.
The menu is fairly limited -- just two dozen or so basic Italian dishes -- but they're all really good (at least the ones we've had). The fried mozzarella appetizer is delicious (big square of fried cheese covered with tomato sauce). I can't remember all the dishes we've had (eggplant parm once, I think) but they've all been good.
This is a homey, friendly place with very good, low-key Italian food. Just time your visit so it's not a mob scene (5pm on a Friday in July was packed!).
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.