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Wacky Promos at Trattoria Bella Cibo: Caesar Salad Throwdown, Hump Night Special

We don't often hucklebuck out to Margate, but it sounds like good times at Trattoria Bella Cibo. Tomorrow night, Chef D'Lish, AKA Tommy Valdes, is being challenged to a "Caesar Salad Throwdown" by a regular patron named Howard Serkin. The officiator is boxing champ Jose Morales, and Coral Springs "commissioner" Vince Boccard (though, uh, Governor Crist may have a problem with him using that title) serves as one of three judges. Toga attire is encouraged!


Their promos-gone-wild continue...

...with a special offer for readers of New Times' food newsletter, Café Bites. For subscribers, Trattoria

Bella Cibo in Margate is offering a Hump-Night Date Night four-course dinner for

two, with a bottle of wine, for $35 (plus tax and tip) on May 26. It's to

preview their Hump-Night Date Nights every Wednesday in June. Choose between two appetizers, three entrees, and

two desserts. The salad is thrown in.

You must tell them you're a Café Bites reader

to get the deal May 26; after that, it's open to anyone on Wednesday nights

in June.


If you're not a subscriber to our weekly

Café Bites dining newsletter for Broward and Palm Beach counties,

here's a taste of what you missed this week. Click here to subscribe.


Trattoria Bella Cibo is located at 5801 Margate Blvd., Margate;

954-969-1100; trattoriabellacibo.com

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Deirdra Funcheon

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