An Inside Look at Z’s Villa

Posted: 08/05/16

Z’s Villa is one of Detroit’s oldest restaurants with 18 years of service and hospitality to the community. Z’s Villa has provided a family-based establishment at its former Wayne State location and also at their new location on 42 Piquette Street. They offer a variety of services to keep customers satisfied and to keep business booming including catering services and also a shuttle service that transports people from special events to the restaurant. With the new Q-Line, Z’s Villa hopes to have the option to get rid of their shuttle services. “In the end, it’ll be a great thing for us,” said manager Robin Page.

Aside from that, customers also have the option to book a private room in this two-story facility that houses between 20-60 people. There is also an option to dine-outdoors on the patio where this establishment often hosts parties, live entertainment, volleyball tournaments and other exciting activities and events. According to manager Robin, employee of 18 years, “the people are what make this place so special.”

Z’s Villa is owned by brothers Mike and Steve Zelinski. Formerly known as Z’s Place, this restaurant has rapidly expanded through the purchase of lot space to make all of the special events possible in only three years since the forced closure of the location at Wayne State. Z’s Villa was known for their pizza back in the 1980’s. Since then they have provided more of a variety such as seafood, burgers, pizza and the “World’s Best Corned Beef.”

For more information on Z’s Villa, visit zsvilladet.com or call (313) 874-2680.

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