What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
$44 for breakfast for two ($74 value)
- Coffee or tea
- Granola parfait
- Free-range farm eggs with choice of sides
$54 for lunch for two ($88 value)
- Two entrees
- Two desserts
$99 for a three-course prix fixe Italian meal for two ($170 value)
- Entree (can upgrade to NY strip loin for $10)
$199 for a chef’s kitchen-table dinner for two, which includes a pre-selected tasting menu ($300 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Reservation required; subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Breakfast hours are 6:30am-11am. Lunch hours are 11am-2:30pm. Dinner hours are 6pm-10pm. Tax and gratuity are not included. Not valid on federal holidays or federal holiday weekends, including Valentine's Day; call for other specific date restrictions. Not valid during Restaurant Week or during other special events. Not valid for breakfast buffet. Seasonal items subject to change. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cielo Modern Italian Restaurant & Bar
It takes a lot to divert eyes from Cielo Restaurant & Bar's majestic eighth-floor views of the city skyline, but Turin-born executive chef Gian Nicola Colucci, most recently of Venice, and his team manage it by filling tables with his first-generation Italian cuisine. The chefs embrace seasonal flavors whenever possible, buying produce from local farmers and purchasing seafood from vendors who follow sustainable fishing practices.
These ingredients join grass-fed veal, handmade pastas, and imported olives on the menu's spread of pan-regional Italian classics. To accompany the cuisine, Cielo Restaurant & Bar also features a robust selection of wines—primarily from the vineyards of California, Italy, and Pangaea—as well as a variety of craft beers and specialty cocktails made using spirits infused in-house, such as bacon bourbon, Sriracha vodka, and strawberry rum.
Wood panels and gleaming metal trim are the two dominant features within the restaurant's main dining area. Simple wooden tables fill the high-ceilinged space's carpeted floor in a way that each seat can be angled toward the wall of windows. During the warmer seasons, the eatery even opens its outdoor patio section, providing diners with even clearer views of downtown St. Louis.