I recently visited Phoenix for a business trip. The locals at our Training Center had recommended this place. Three other ladies and I decided we would go there. We all were from different parts of the county, Texas, Utah, New Mexico and California. Not sure what our Waitress's problem was but she was extremely rude. Will not recommend this place based on that experience.
Best Place to Take a First Date Phoenix 2009 - Cibo
It's easy to fall in love with the charms of Cibo. And who knows? Maybe some of that magic will rub off on your date, too. The building itself is a lovingly restored historic bungalow, with wood floors, a brick fireplace, pretty windows throughout, and an inviting front patio, which twinkles with white lights after sundown. Proprietors Tony and Karen Martingiglio and their son, Michael Krassner, run the restaurant with the kind of passion and personal service that makes first-timers feel as welcome as regulars, while Italian chef Guido Saccone creates scrumptious pizzas and lovely antipasti that will certainly help your cause to win someone's heart — through his or her stomach, of course. It's a classy but affordable menu. And if all that isn't enough to nurture a budding romance, well, there's always the Chianti.