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About Cibo Wine Bar-Coral Gables
Cibo Wine Bar brings authentic rustic Italian flare blended with a vibrant nightlife and has become the new hot spot on the Miracle Mile. This Italian eatery and wine bar, created by the Liberty Entertainment Group, offers traditional Italian fare in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. With Liberty Group at the helm for their second venue in Miami, the attention to detail is flawless and the food delicious.
The menu offers guests a true taste of Italian cuisine, featuring both traditional classics and modern staples. Like the food, the space itself is warm and inviting with stone + glass walls, rustic wood finishes, exposed brick and butcher block table tops. This rustic elegance makes Cibo ideal for a casual relaxed meal yet sophisticated enough for a special night out.
Miami, FL 33134
Italian, Wine Bar, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Wednesday 11.30 am -12.00 am (Kitchen Open until 11.00pm)
Thursday - Saturday 11.30 am - 2.00 am (Kitchen Open until 1.00am)
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is an indoor parkade above the restaurant accessible from Galiano Steet.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Pizza + Peroni Mondays. Homemade pizza + Peroni for $10
Lobster Tuesdays. Every Tuesday After 4pm fresh Whole Lobster in a selection of signature dishes.
Cibo Sociale. Every Thursday 4pm-7pm. Features and Specials on classic and signature cocktails, domestic beers, select wines by the glass or by the bottle.
Italian Bubbles + Brunch - Every Sunday from 11.30am -3.00pm. $35 per person + champagne specials.
Half Price Drinks. 7 Days a Week. 4pm-7pm. Classic and signature cocktails, domestic beers, select wines by the glass or by the bottle.
Cibo Wine Bar brings authentic rustic Italian flare blended with a vibrant nightlife and has become the new hot spot on the Miracle Mile. This Italian eatery and wine bar, created by the Liberty Entertainment Group, offers traditional Italian fare in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere.
Cibo Wine Bar-Coral Gables Ratings and Reviews
Planned a Valentine's dinner for my wife and two daughters (11 and 6 years old). I ordered lobster ravioli for my youngest (which we sent back) and a seafood risotto for myself. The ravioli arrived cold and it was thin, bland, and sauce was watery. The same can be said about the risotto except, it arrived hot and was a great portion with a commendable amount of seafood. My wife ordered the shrimp fettuccine with pesto sauce and mascarpone, and my oldest had the linguini with grilled chicken and pesto. Neither were bad, but we've certainly had better. On a good note the black tiger shrimp appetizer was pretty good and the calamari was okay. My wife's Moscato was delicious and my top shelf Long Island was average.
My husband and I were traveling from Boston. We chose cibo to take our friends out to dinner Saturday night 1/27/18. When we walked in no one greeted us, we stood in the middle of the restaurant for 5 minutes before we were approached. Our waiter got quadruple sat, by no means was it his fault, looked more like the hostess fault. There was 1 Bartender on,we got our appetizers before our drinks. Our dinner took about 45 minutes to arrive to the table. My pasta was soaked in oil not flavorful what so ever. Appetizers were sub-par. Waiter felt very bad for the amount of time our food took, he even tried to offer us a dessert platter. We did not accept, at this point we wanted to leave.
The food was delicious, the service was attentive, (Although more than once we had to grab the arm of a passing waiter to get attention, rather than the server returning to ask if we needed anything.) and the physical environment was clean and attractive. But the noise in the restaurant was deafening. We had dinner with people we hadn't seen in month and wanted to catch up but unless we raised our voices - which of course only added to the din - we had to strain to hear each other and make our voices heard, which made for a very stress filled meal. And to make matters worse at one point music was turned on and I immediately complained to a waiter who either got it turned off or down. I don't know what is going to solve the problem of noise in restaurants here in Miami. We've taken to eating as early as we can before the really bad noise begins. But one solution would be for Cibo's and some of the other restaurants to stop putting tables so close together and jamming in one more party to improve profits. I understand profits are what all businesses exist for, but at this point we'd sooner eat at home with friends than come out of a restaurant with our ears ringing and feeling like we're joining the growing group of young people who are losing their hearing and wearing hearing aids at a younger and younger age.
My friend and I both had linguine with claims in a white wine sauce. The dish was served, as it should be, with the clams in the shell. The claims were smallish, which is how I like them, tender, just slightly sweet, and with a hint of the sea. I'm not exaggerating when I say this dish, at $19, was much better than the same dish at Il Gabbiano, which charges $31 and doesn't serve the clams in the shell, or disclose that that's how they're served.
Always great here. Excellent service, and delicious, quality food. Made to order fired-oven pizzas, omelettes, pasta, plus chilled shrimp, cheeses, etc., etc. The only thing they are perhaps a little weak on is the desserts. But their fresh Belgian waffle with Nutella is better than any “dessert,” and we are pretty stuffed by then anyway. Highly recommend.
We were so happy to discover a location in Coral Gables. We had loved the South Beach restaurant, and had considered driving down there, but we happy to be able to dine a little closer to our hotel. Happy Hour meant half-off a bottle of wine. The gnocchi with Gorgonzola cream sauce is outstanding. And, probably one of the best Old Fashioned I've ever enjoyed.
Ordered polenta fries when we got them they were soggy and tasteless. Waiter said he would have them re do it. Came back a LITTLE less soggy but still not good at all. Spaghetti bolognese was something I could've done at home. Service very slow. Won't be going back.
Glad i used the app to book it was packed. Ive eaten here before and the Italian food is nice and can be tailored to your desires. A bit of a mix up with our bill at the end but easily sorted.
A lot of trendies use this place and if you can speak Spanish you will have an easy time ordering.
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