We visited here and had wonderful beer and pizza. Great decor and simply fine service. We loved the bustling atmosphere and recommended you try it out.
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This place is THE best New York style pizza in Omaha. Others imitate but woefully fall short. The pretenders have closed restaurant after restaurant trying to compete with this place. The annual sales of this place is bigger than five of the competitors put together....I've...More
Located in the hopping Old Market area Zio's has great Italian food. You can order pizza by the slice with whatever you want on it. I had a slice as well as a calzone and both were excellent. The service could have been a bit...More
We ordered the New York King pizza. It was delicious. Very attentive staff and great food make this a have to eat at place!
The best pizza in Omaha hands down. You can purchase by the slice and pick a few different flavors or buy whole pizza's. All ingredients are fresh and packed full of flavor.
We visited Omaha and had a taste for Pizza, the Hotel recommended Zio's Pizzeria on Howard Street. The hotel even gave us a menu. We reviewed the menu and were excited to place our order. I called with anticipation, the phone rang and rang and...More
I am picky about my pizza and really enjoyed this place. We ordered a big pizza that easily fed four of us. Great service. Very good pizza. Reasonable prices. Family atmosphere.
To be fair, my husband and I have been eating healthier, and this has meant no pizza for about three months, so any pizza was going to taste amazing.... But the pizza truly was amazing. The service was fast and friendly, the venue clean and...More
I have visited for lunch a few times. I really like their pizza. They have good lunch specials where you can get a salad, slice, and drink for less than $10. Or you can get 2 slices and skip the salad. There are other specials...More
We stopped here for lunch and ordered two of the mini calzones. My husband had the meat lover and I had the Mediterranean, both were great. I especially like that they stretch the top crust so it is thin. Usually restaurants just fold over a...More