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Cibo Divino’s Popular Grab-And-Go Italian Eats Expand From West Dallas to Downtown

Find pizza, sandwiches, salads, and more at Cibo Divino’s forthcoming spinoff

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Cibo Divino Marketplace, a West Dallas favorite for grab-and-go Italian eats will open a new spinoff in Downtown this spring.

Cibo Divino Centro will debut at 2001 Bryan Street facing the DART rail on the ground floor of Bryan Tower, according to CultureMap. Most of the items that made its Sylvan Thirty outpost popular will make the trek to Downtown, including counter-service made-to-order pizza, salads, and sandwiches, plus a case of prepared foods. Beer and wine will also be on offer to consume either on the premises or to take to-go, similar to the Sylvan Thirty outpost’s neighborhood market vibe. Expect some indoor dining plus the addition of a new 3,000 square food patio in front of the eatery.

The Centro location plans to cater to the breakfast and lunchtime crowd and will stay open until 7 p.m. to allow Downtown workers to stop in for post-work libations and dinnertime provisions. Married owners Daniele and Christina Puleo also have their own wine label, aptly named Puleo, which is sure to make an appearance at the new Downtown outpost.

Stay tuned for Cibo Divino Centro’s official spring debut date and hours of operation.

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