CiboDivino is opening a downtown Dallas location later this summer. (Exact date to come.) The Italian market will be located at 2011 Bryan St., Ste. 100 in Bryan Tower.
CiboDivino was founded by chef Daniele Puleo, and his wife, Christina, and it opened in Sylvan Thirty in 2015.
According to the release:
While Centro will follow Marketplace’s goal of providing a true, Italian dining experience with fresh, house-made breads, pastries, and Italian fare, the new concept has many features specific to this location including: scratch-made and customizable salads, paninis and chef crafted dishes; authentic Italian pastas and Pizza Al Taglio (pizza by the slice) served by the pound; 120+ retail wines available and Italian wines served by the glass, selected by Dallas’ top Wine Curator, Daniele Puleo; a full-service café and coffee bar featuring Lavazza coffee and unique, true Italian coffee drinks; grab and go snacks ready to eat; corporate catering; an outdoor patio and green space for al fresco dining; and a private event space. Centro will also be home to the only Roman-style pizza in Dallas, serving scissor-cut slices.
“Centro is an exciting, new version of the CiboDivino brand,” says Daniele in a statement. “I wanted to be in the center of the action—the trains, the trolley, the buzz of people weaving through the buildings downtown. Italians start their day with coffee, break for a healthy lunch and end with an aperitivo with friends. I hope a bit of my culture will become part of the local routine.”
Hours will be Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.