Cibo e Beve Coupons and Deals
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Lunch is served Sunday-Friday. Reservations required; subject to availability. Limit one voucher per table. Limit one voucher purchase per person; may buy two additional as gifts. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included; a 15% gratuity based on the full value of the check will be added.
The cuisine at Cibo E Beve is "first-rate Italian cooking ... big on taste" says Zagat, rating it "very good to excellent." Two can dine here at lunch for half off.$22 for lunch for two people from the full menu (reg. $46)Any two entrees, such as The Pope's Pizza with butternut squash creme, bell peppers, zucchini and imported smoked mozzarella; lobster spaghetti; or Diver scallops with African squash risottoAny shared dessert, such as butter pecan gelato pie or homemade cannolisTwo sodas or iced teas$43 for lunch for four people (reg. $92)Terms and ConditionsIf purchase limit is exceeded, voucher is subject to forfeiture. Valid for two or four diners only. Dine-in only. Seasonal items subject to change. Not valid on products. Cannot combine with any other offer. Must use in one visit. Valid during merchant's operating lunch hours.
Scout Notes: With Cibo e Beve, the 101 Concepts people haven't just made Roswell Road a little more hip—they've also proved that Italian dining needn't always come part-and-parcel with white tablecloths (and/or coloring books for the kids). Cibo's modern environs and innovative Italian menu have become a dining destination not just for the neighbors, but for any Atlantan who wants to partake in Chef Linda Harrell's authentic Italian fare (and perhaps a glass of wine or handcrafted cocktail) in an exciting, kinda swanky atmosphere. And if we can enjoy that kind of dining experience for lunch? Even better (and molto more delicious than the Lean Cuisine I've got stashed in the office freezer). Indeed, in case you can't get enough of Cibo in the evenings, the lunch service is equally stellar (and, psst, a great way to get your first taste of the restaurant if you haven't made it for dinner yet). Chef Linda's expert handling of fresh, organic ingredients and authentic Italian recipes can easily give any brown bag a run for its money. Lunch, Cibo-style, might mean an exquisite autumn caprese salad (with local mozzarella), a Caesar salad with a fried poached egg, or perhaps a robust panino stuffed with marinated roasted vegetables and balsamic. If, like me, you're preparing yourself for winter hibernation, a hearty plate of Chef Linda's rather infamous gorgonzola rigatoni with pistachio cream sauce or equally revered homemade meatballs is the perfect chilly-day lunch. You can't, of course, go wrong with the pizzas, made with top-notch ingredients (double zero flour, San Marzano tomatoes, and the like) and brought to life in Cibo's woodfired oven. And for maximum results, perhaps just add a bit of beve. (Trust, they've got plenty of that here.) After all, isn't it high time we bring back the power lunch? Menu Highlights: Arancini, $9 The Brooklyn Pizza, $15 Panino Fresco, $11 Autumn Caprese Salad, $11 Caesar Salad, $9 Lobster Spaghetti, $19 Hours: Sunday, 5 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Monday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Tuesday - Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m. Saturday, 5 p.m. - 11 p.m.
At Cibo e Beve, local produce meets long distance flavor. Grab today's Plum Deal, and taste the vibrant, bursting flavors of Italy, right here at home in Atlanta! You haven't had a lunch out quite like this before! Sample some fabulous dishes from their Antipasti Bar, or one of the New York style pizzas from their Wood Burning Oven. In a pasta mood? Try the Rigatoni ($12 - gorgonzola dolce, pistachio cream), Linguine Puttanesca Bianca ($13 - artichokes, olives, capers, herbs, reggiano), or Taqlierini Neri ($16 - black taglierini, spicy vodka sauce, wild shrimp). The Chicken Scarpariello ($16 - chicken, sausage, potatoes, peperoncini, olives, rosemary balsamic jus, linguine) sounds divine to us! (And don't forget the Tiramisu ($5) for dessert!) Go ahead and live it up with a luxurious lunch. The energy and excitement at Cibo e Beve await you.