Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — As for Zambistro, the chef called that “my baby” and still planned on spending plenty of time at his original location.
“We’re not changing a thing here,” he said. “We have a great group here.”
Zambito said the excitement with Mericana comes from the fact that it will allow him to experiment in the culinary arts in a way that Zambistro does not.
“We’ll be able to do some things there that are a bit different,” he said.
Zambito had originally hoped to open Mericana before Halloween, but a delay in acquiring some necessary permits pushed the date back.