(503) 719-5377

3539 SE Division St, Portland, OR | Directions   97202

45.504794 -122.627387

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Neighborhoods: Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program, Richmond


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If conversation lags during a visit to Cibo, the full-on view of the entry to the Oregon Theater--where Portlanders went for er, adult only kicks, pre-Internet--should perk things up. But the street traffic is far from the only attraction at this new Italian cafe, a casual offshoot of Northwest Portland's long-beloved Bastas. The striking modern industrial design gets warmed up with plenty of wood and a comfortable bar (cocktails, interesting wine and several micros on tap) dominates the family-friendly space. The stripped-down menu features thin pizzas from a wood-fired oven (including some mushy gluten free "pizzas" called cecina made from chickpea flour), a few seasonal salads and entrees.

This quiet Division Italian joint is perfect for a mellow weeknight dinner—it’s not that crowded, you can commandeer a cozy booth for privacy, and the tasty wood-fired pizzas are affordable enough to make you consider coming here nightly. Try the sauteed pea tendrils, a steal at $5.


With a focus on oven-fired pizzas, stromboli, and cecina along with a select few family-style entrees, Cibo is a great place for casual fare and friendly service decked out in cozy-chic decor.

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