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A Popular Purveyor of Grab-and-Go Italian Eats Arrives in Downtown Dallas

CiboDivino Centro brings wine, pasta, and Roman-style pizza to the neighborhood

The interior of CiboDivino Centro
CiboDivino at Bryan Tower
CiboDivino [Official Photo]
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The second Dallas outpost of Italian market and eatery CiboDivino officially opens its doors today in Downtown.

The new market occupies a bright 4,000 square foot space inside Bryan Tower at 2001 Bryan Street, according to a press release, with room to seat 100 diners both indoors and outside. It follows the original CiboDivino location at the Sylvan Thirty development in West Dallas, opened by wife-and-husband duo Christina and Daniele Puleo.

Dubbed CiboDivino Centro, this location will be slightly different than the original location, with a focus on the Central Business District’s morning coffee and lunch crowds. The menu boasts Roman-style pizzas, cut into slices with scissors, along with salads, paninis, and pasta dishes. To wash down all those carbs, Italian wines and coffee drinks are on offer.

CiboDivino Centro is now open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.