Snagging a stellar pie from Cibo's, the too-cute wine cafe and pizzeria in downtown Phoenix, used to be a dinner-only affair.
Last week, chef, owner, and Italian pizza maestro Guido Saccone decided to give Cibo fans what they've been asking for, well, for what seems like forever: Cibo pizza served up pretty much any time -- even breakfast.
Here's what diners can expect:
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Cibo is now serving five pizzas from its dinner menu (the margherita, diavola, di notte, salsiccia, and salsiccia con patate) during lunch and in a smaller 9-inch size. Each pizza will be $10 (except the margherita, which will be $9) and will come with a choice of side. The pizza and can be eaten in the restaurant or ordered to go.
And starting this weekend, Cibo will be offering its full-size (12-inch) pizzas, usually associated with its dinner menu, for its weekend brunch.
Now that's something worth setting the alarm clock for.