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What’s for Dinner? How about Zia’s! February 12, 2012

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Since there are so many fake “healthy” dining choices out there, it’s nice to eat at a restaurant where you don’t have to worry about what kind of antibiotics your chicken was injected with or what nice little concoction of pesticides are in your lettuce.  This dining experience is offered in Towson at a charming little restaurant called Zia’s Cafe.

They use locally grown organic produce and their meat, poultry and dairy are all hormone and antibiotic-free. Zia’s offers something for everyone whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian, or like to chow down on meat.

As of February 1st , Zia’s Cafe is now offering dinner with a brand new dinner menu. Start off with a Mango Avocado Salad with black sesame seeds covered in a beet-vanilla vinaigrette. Try Fish Tacos made with wild-caught flounder, queso fresco, cabbage, avocado and lemon garlic yogurt sauce in a sprouted corn tortilla for an entree. Then finish the meal with a Nutty Banana Smoothy made with organic peanut butter, bananas, dates and almond milk. These are just a few of the mouth watering options on the menu.

Check out  Zia’s Cafe’s Facebook page for daily dinner specials.

Dinner is available  Wednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday  from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. For those of you 21 and over it’s BYOB  (Bring Your Own Beverages) during dinner and there is no corkage fee.


One Response to “What’s for Dinner? How about Zia’s!”

  1. TL Says:

    Good start to your blog. I like how you incorporate the FB page link.

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