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Cibo Trattoria’s ahi tuna tartare ($17) features avocado salsa, herb wontons and aioli. Photos by Megan Maginity/22nd Century Media
The spinach berry salad ($12) comes served with asparagus, red onion, strawberries, goat cheese, candied walnuts and raspberry walnut vinaigrette, on which chicken ($4) and shrimp ($5) can be added.
The Cibo Meatball ($14), made from beef, veal and pork, comes with marinara sauce and ricotta cheese.
On the seafood side, the Lake Superior white fish ($22) is served with spinach, cous cous, English pea shallot puree and garlic cherry tomato sauce.
A Roman-style pizza, Cibo’s white pizza ($14) is made with mozzarella cheese, prosciutto di Parma, baby arugula, shaved Parmesan, garlic oil and balsamic vinaigrette.
Fouad Egbaria, Editor
5:04 pm CDT July 6, 2015

When a diner visits Glencoe’s Cibo Trattoria, Executive Chef Rick Raschillo wants him or her to feel like they’re eating at a downtown Chicago establishment — like Siena Tavern, for example, one his favorite spots in the city. 

Raschillo, who joked that he’s “test marketed” food ideas with his four children for 15 years, said restaurants like Siena Tavern provided some of the inspiration for Glencoe’s newest restaurant.