Zia Diner has music several nights a week during the month during the evening. 0ffering music to customers for entertainment and for a reason to come to a place to eat or drink or both is nothing new. Businesses have been offering music at establishments probably since the time when peoplebegan to serve food and include music for price, as in charge for it and do business. At Zia Diner, serving food and including music is not new either, but what is new is the number of entertainers coming to sing and play each month. April of 2014 is no different with 13 different evenings set up with music of all types available. On two different Saturdays Zia Diner is bringing in Anthony Leon, a local rocker, for one of them, and the Lisa Carman Band, a local band featuring Americana music and some pop music originals. Mr. Leon is playing on April 19, 2014 and the Lisa Carman Band is laying on April 12, 2014. Both performers are playing from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.. Each Tuesday the Zia Diner is serving up its traditional Zia Diner Bluegrass Jam, from 6 - 8 p.m.. On two Wednesdays the Zia Diner is bringing local rocker Gary Gorence to the stage with the performance set from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday April 9, 2014 and Wednesday April 23, 2014. On two Thursdays the Zia Diner is bringing local gypsy jazz band Swing Soleil to the stage with performances set from 6:30 to 8:30 on Thursday April 10, 2014 and Thursday April 24, 2014. On two other Thursdays the Zia Diner is bringing local vintage string jazz band Trio Bijou to the stage from 6:30 - 8:30 on Thursday April 3, 2014 and Thursday April 13, 2014.
About Zia Diner:
The Zia Diner is a true Santa Fe icon, now celebrating 25 years as a part of this community.
Serving upscale, down home comfort food, the Zia Diner serves updated renditions of diner classics – think Green Chile-Pinon Meatloaf – along with an eclectic menu
of southwestern and international comfort food. This high-energy restaurant andbar prides itself on its professional and friendly service and exceptional food. The Zia uses grass-fed, additive-free beef, free-range and additive-free chicken and eggs, and local, organic, fair-trade Agapao Coffee. Their bread is delivered daily from Fano Bakery in Albuquerque. All pies, cakes, cookies and pastries are baked from scratch in their kitchen.
Contact: Beth Koch