Italian brunch of eggs, handmade pasta, seafood, and pastries complemented by fresh-squeezed juices and award-winning wines
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $58 for a Sunday brunch for two ($78 value)
- $115 for a Sunday brunch for four ($156 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for dine-in only. Reservation required. Valid only 4-hours after purchase; not valid when purchased on site. . Limit 3 per table on the two person option (max 6 guests). Limit 1 per table on the 4 person option (max 4 guests). Tax applied to full value of brunch, not paid promotional value. Valid only at the Coral Gables location. Paid value valid toward brunch after expiration only. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cibo Wine Bar
Executive Chef Massimo Giannattasio's career has taken him all over the world, cooking meals in Los Angeles, Northern Italy, and Miami, but perhaps the most important kitchen in which he worked is his mother's. At a young age, she taught him that a chef's intuition is as important as any measurement and that if a chef wears another chef's apron, he withers and dies. Chef Giannattasio and his staff rely on those early lessons in the kitchen of Cibo Wine Bar, where they've curated a menu of both traditional and modern Italian dishes.
Surrounded by columns of neatly stacked Chicago bricks, diners take their seats at tables made of sealed butcher block. Servers produce a wine list to rival a French baron's, and waiters bring out appetizers such as polenta fries or carpaccio. Pastas such as ravioli and gnocchi are hallmark dishes, and the chef prepares seasonal risottos year round. Tender cuts of veal and braised beef short ribs are served second. In addition, the kitchen can bake one of 15 gourmet pizzas for the table, with whole wheat options available.
Cibo Wine Bar won the Miami New Times' Best Wine Selection award in 2012. And once you step inside, it's easy to see why. A huge wine rack soars to the top of the restaurant's vaulted ceiling along one wall—it's so tall that Cibo's wine girl uses a harness and rope to reach the top. A vast, full-service bar pours wines and mixed drinks in the front. In the open kitchen, which is framed by exposed brick walls, chefs scurry to prepare meals, and curing meats hang in full sight of the diners.