Set in a restored 1913 bungalow, Cibo (pronounced "CHEE-boh") has hardwood floors, exposed brick, a stained-glass panel and a fireplace to set the mood of revitalizing downtown Phoenix with beautiful salads, antipasto and artisanal pizzas. It does pizza the old-fashioned way, in a wood-fired brick oven. If you can’t pronounce “capricciosa,” just point to it on the menu. This lovely model is top-heavy with ham, mushrooms, artichokes and olives. Look for the four-cheese, the Margherita and killer capricciosa, laden with artichokes, olives, ham and mushrooms. Tempting Nutella crepes make it easy to linger.