Daniel Golio

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Born (1953-05-12) May 12, 1953 (age 71)
East Harlem
Alma materState University of New York
  • Author
  • Educator
  • Hospitality Professional

Daniel F. Golio (born May 12, 1953), pen-name Daniel Golio, is an American author, educator and Hospitality professional. His books draw on his own experience as a sous chef, hospitality professional and educator. Through his books, he introduces readers to the basics of restaurant management, wine appreciation and culinary techniques with an emphases of Italian cuisine.


Daniel Golio was born in East Harlem, on Pleasant Avenue in New York City. The son of Daniel A. Golio and Lorraine Nancy Sisca he moved to the Bronx, New York when he was about five years old. He earned an A.A.S. Degree in Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management from New York Technical College in Brooklyn when he was 21 and then went on to earn a bachelor's degree in business management and economics and a master's degree in business from the State University of New York.

Daniel Golio starting working in the restaurant business as a dishwasher and worked his way up to sous chef. He later went on to become a restaurant and hospitality manager for such concerns as the Trattoria restaurant, The New York Biltmore Hotel and JFK International Airport; eventually owning and operating a successful catering company entitled "Manhattan Parties" which provided event planning and catering services to such companies as the Ford Modeling Agency, Cover Girl Makeup, Petrossian Caviar NYC, Entertainment Tonight and various music video shoots during the late 1980's. He also owned an operated a successful restaurant consultant company specializing in loss prevention. His client list included the world famous Tatou Night Club in New York City.

After his retirement from teaching Daniel Golio starting writing non-fiction novels. his first book, Pleasant Avenue The Way It Was, recounted his father's exploits growing up during the depression era of the 1920s in east Harlem's "little Italy".


  • The Fundamentals of Wine (2022)
  • From My Mother's Kitchen (2023)
  • Restaurant Confidential: The Down and Dirty Exploits of a Restaurant Manager (2023)


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