Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a Sunday Italian brunch for two ($70 value)
- $80 for a Sunday Italian brunch for four ($140 value)
Sunday brunch features made-to-order eggs, fresh handmade pasta, fresh seafood, pastries, desserts, breads, charcuterie, and fresh-squeezed juices.
Cibo Wine Bar
Cibo Wine Bar's industrial yet elegant interiors span several thousand square feet—and with good reason. Aside from providing space for its open kitchen and guests, Cibo's cellars must fit the eatery's namesake libation and plenty of it: the Fort Lauderdale spot carries 2,500 bottles, the Miami Beach location 3,500. The extensive wine list emphasizes crisp whites and unctuous reds from vineyards throughout Italy; servers also fill glasses with a small collection of Canadian wines and critically acclaimed juice boxes.
Owned by Italian native Nick Di Donato's Liberty Entertainment Group, Cibo's menu favors Italian staples, such as housemade pastas, thin-crust pizzas, and flavorful seasonal risottos. Fresh seafood is also prominent, as chefs stuff ravioli with lobster, grill trout in a lemon caper sauce, and toss linguine with clams, mussels, calamari, and tiger shrimp. On Sundays, chefs craft brunch fare, cracking made-to-order eggs, curing meats in house, and squeezing fresh orange juice, which often gets mixed with bubbly prosecco.