Cibo Wine Bar will bring authentic rustic Italian flare blended with a vibrant nightlife and promises to become the new hot spot on South Beach. This Italian eatery and wine bar, created by the Liberty Entertainment Group, will offer traditional Italian fare in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. With Liberty Group at the helm for their second location in Miami, the attention to detail is flawless and the food is delicious.
The menu will offer guests a true taste of Italian cuisine, featuring both traditional classics and modern staples. Like the food, the space itself will be warm and inviting with stone + glass walls, rustic wood finished, exposed brick and butcher block table tops. This rustic elegance will make Cibo ideal for a casual relaxed meal yet sophisticated enough for a special night out. Here is more information about Cibo Wine Bar South Beach :
According to Urban Daddy :
“A sweeping palatial number with a rooftop patio sporting cedar furniture, a gurgling fountain and its own beer-and-draft-wine bar. The two-story, glass-enclosed cellar with 3,000 bottles is a nice touch. As is the woman suspended in midair by hydraulic lifts, plucking bottles off of the shelves. Think the technical term is ‘wine angel.'”
According to New Times :
“Cibo’s open kitchen, helmed by Salerno-born executive chef Massimo Giannattasio, cooks everything to order. Pastas are made fresh in-house, prosciutto is sliced to order, and pizzas are made on demand. Even cannolis are stuffed as they are ordered, so the pastry shell remains crisp. Menu items include ravioli stuffed with lobster, lemon, béchamel, and lobster cream sauce ($20); orecchiette with rapini, spicy Italian sausage, fontina, parmigiano, garlic, and extra-virgin olive oil ($19); and pappardelle with slow cooked lamb ragu and pecorini shavings ($21).” written by Laine Doss.
According to Herald :
“The new 12,000-foot site features three distinct areas: a cocktail club; main restaurant with a dramatic two-story 3,000 bottle wine cellar (bottles are retrieved by a “wine angel” on a cable with harness) and a 6,000-foot third-level outdoor patio which serves craft beer and wine in barrels. The extensive menu is similar in all areas – and features homemade pastas, breads and sauces (which will for sale to the public). Beginning in January, Cibo will serve lunch and dinner (11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.) daily. The upper level patio closes at 11 p.m. weeknights; midnight on weekends (a concession to surrounding neighbors).” written by DEBRA K. LEIBOWITZ.
According to Yelp :
“I just went there for the pre-opening with friends, amazing place, very industrial decor with a touch of modern. Great Italian food, and service. Nice music, very promising for a hang out, dinner or formal place. Love it!!!! I would said, it’s gonna be huge. Can’t wait to come again and try more of its food, which was delicious. A must try place.” written by Juan C (5 Stars).
“I came here for drinks on a Monday evening and sat near the rooftop bar. This facility is absolutely gorgeous! Each floor has something to offer with unique architectural features, beautiful wood and stone accents, and a modern rustic vibe. The rooftop has elegant heaters in case it gets a bit chilly. I can’t speak to the food, but the wine is good, and they have a decent beer selection. My sig other ordered a cocktail and it mostly tasted like simple syrup (hence the 4 stars), but overall, we had a great time in a romantic place!” written by Sam P. (4 Stars).
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