Fine for lunch.
Bistro Divino has a decent menu mix of Italian standards and quick lunch options. I think it's a little too casual feeling for a dinner place, but for lunch it's okay, especially considering how few good downtown lunch options there are. All four of us enjoyed our meals, but didn't feel they were anything special. Still, we didn't feel ripped off and enjoyed having another option. Overall, I recommend this place for a quick lunch, but would advise against it for any other purpose (dinner or taking a client out to eat).
Affordable Italian fare for the whole family in an artsy cafe setting.. In Short Tucked away in the Holsum Design Center artist's enclave, this Italian eatery is a casual café that won't break the budget. Not a single item on the menu tops $15 in price. Choose from a selection of salads or appetizers, such as caprese or bufala (buffalo milk mozzarella wrapped in prosciutto) or share a thin crust pizza. Divino serves a number of Panini sandwiches, grilled dishes and pasta plates.