Medina PB approves certificate of appropriateness for Zambistro expansion

Photo by Tom Rivers: Zambistro is looking to expand to 410 Main St., next door to the current site. The façade would be an extension of the current look.

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 8 August 2020 at 1:37 pm

MEDINA – The Medina Village Board approved a certificate of appropriateness for the front façade at 410 Main St.

Rita Zambito, owner of the building, applied for the certificate. Her son , Michael Zambito, is looking to expand the Zambistro restaurant next door.

The façade would be very similar to the current look at Zambistro.

“It will be exactly the same,” Michael Zambito told the Village Planning Board on Tuesday.

The columns and post will stay. Gooseneck lights will be added above the door.

“We want it to look like one solid building all the way across,” he said.

Zambistro last year completed an addition to dining room.

In other action, the Planning Board:

• Approved a permit for Rebecca Smith to operate a home business at 152 Erin Rd. Smith will do tattoos at her home by appointment only. She has been working in the tattoo business for 30 years.

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