Olio in Downtown Delray Beach Delights Palates
We sat down with the General Manager of Olio, Jon Biscardi who helped us plan our event. What many local residents may not know is that Jon has been in the restaurant business locally for years. At one time with The Falcon House, 3rd & 3rd when it was 2/3rds and 32 East to name a few. Below are a few questions we posed to him to share with everyone.
Noreen & Amy:
How long have you been manager at Olio?
After having been involved in the industry for several years, it’s nice to find a home here at Olio. I’ve now been here 4 years an really love it!
What is your favorite thing about your job?
Of course, the people! We have many loyal regulars that come see us often, whether for drinks at the outdoor bar, appetizers or full on dinner.
What are your personal favorites on the menu?
Too many to choose… but if I had to pick one I’d say the Teriyaki Salmon. Many diners who wouldn’t usually enjoy a nice piece of Salmon come specifically for our version.
Many of our readers are buyers who are moving to the East Delray area. What would you like them to know about your restaurant?
First and foremost that we are “off” The Ave away from the traffic and crowds. But we’re close enough so that if someone did want to get there, it’s only a short walk away. We are also a sister restaurant to La Boheme on the Barrier Island closer to the beach on Atlantic Avenue.
Is there anything else you’d like people to know?
We have two party rooms and can host gatherings. Whether it be a birthday party, business dinner, or fundraiser, we can put something together for those that need it.
In your free time – are there East Delray attractions or locations you personally like to frequent?
I love our beach! I also enjoy seafood and when I go out to eat will grab a bite at J&J Seafood.
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Monday – Sunday: 4pm – 10:30pm
Happy Hour: 4pm – 6:30pm