A new lunch-dinner option in Coconut Point has the trappings of a fine-dining restaurant but it provides a fun, relaxed, casual dining experience.
An over-the-top presentation to make guests feel special is what sets Divieto apart from the average Italian restaurant. The classy service and attention to detail are delightfully noticeable from the wait staff formally standing at attention in a line against the front wall to its noteworthy tableside experience where fettuccine Alfredo is tossed atop a huge, aged wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese to create a creamy finish to its Ruota di Parmigiano signature dish.
Divieto Ristorante recently opened in the regional Coconut Point mall in Estero, and replaces Bice Grand Café, which closed last June after operating nine years.
Divieto offers a fusion of traditional Italian and classic American cuisines with a welcoming ambiance in classy black and white.