CiboDivino, new Italian market from chef Daniele Puleo, opens today
Forget what everybody else is telling you: CiboDivino, a new Italian market and Neapolitan restaurant from chef and Sicilian native Daniele Puleo opens today in the SylvanThirty, though its official debut is indeed set for Monday, May 4.
The 4,400 square foot space is designed as a marketplace, with cases of prepared Italian foods, handmade pastas, salads, entrees, desserts, wines, sandwiches and private label legumes, olive oils, vinegars, olives, sauces, and sea salts, plus fresh cut flowers and retail gifts.
(Thanks to Hatch reader Christina LaBarba, who previewed the space and provided these four photos ^.)
CiboDivino also stocks 350 wine labels and 12 local craft beers, including Lakewood Brewing Co., Rahr and Sons and Community Brewing Co. Lavazza Italian Coffee at the full-service coffee bar accompanies freshly baked pastries.
Chef/managing partner Ryan Olmos, most recently executive chef at Eatzi’s and Urban Rio oversees the kitchen. Pulao was the former chef/owner of Daniele Osteria in Oak Lawn and Inzo Italian Kitchen in Roanoke and Fort Worth.
1868 Sylvan Avenue, D100, 214-653-2426 or www.cibodivinomkt.com