101 Concepts presents a popular, authentic Italian restaurant, Cibo e Beve (pronounced chee-boh E bevay), which translates to “Eat and Drink.”
Cibo e Beve celebrates the vibrant food, wine and culture of Italy, while paying respect to the best seasonal produce from local growers.
With an emphasis on sustainable agriculture, Executive Chef/Partner Linda Harrell brings her passion and culinary experience of over 25 years to the table to delight guests with traditional Italian dishes.
Our resident bartenders amaze guests with unique libations. The talented team pays homage to the classics while concocting stunningly innovative creations for our late night cocktail scene served at the handcrafted Zinc Bar.
So whether you’re living it up during a girls night out with cocktails and nibbles at our Antipasti Bar, kicking back with the guys enjoying some late night drinks, or relaxing with great friends and family during dinner in our dining room, the energy and excitement at Cibo e Beve awaits!
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Meet the Chef: Linda Harrell
Chef Linda Harrell brings more than 25 years of excitement creating magnificent Italian cuisine to Cibo e Beve. Harrell received her culinary foundation and formal European training working with acclaimed Chef Daniel Yves Abid, a protégé of Alain Ducasse, at Kingsmill Resorts in Williamsburg, Virginia.
With more than two decades of expertise and ardent enthusiasm behind her, Harrell has cooked at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City and was featured on the national ABC-TV show, “Eat & Greet.” She has been featured in numerous periodicals such as Gourmet Magazine, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Magazine, Flavors, and Atlanta Magazine. She is a member of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs and actively participates in demonstrations and benefits throughout Atlanta.
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Meet the Sous Chef: Patrick Money
Patrick Money was born in Mantova, Italy. He spent much of his childhood cooking with his grandmother while his mom was at work. He learned a lot from her as she was a baker for 20 years. He quickly became the main cook for his household. At age 21 he attended the acclaimed C.F.P. Canossa Culinary school in Brescia, Italy. After school, he held many jobs including gelato maker, pastry chef, and cook in the popular tourist area of Lake Garda. At 26, he realized his dream was to have a restaurant of his own so he came to America in hopes of better opportunities. After doing stints at top Florida caterer Tim Webber and the Buckhead Life Group, he found his way to working as Sous Chef at Atlanta's Award winning Cibo e Beve.
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