The name Ceiba pays tribute to the imposing umbrella-shaped tree found throughout the new-world tropics, and not surprisingly, the food is Contemporary Latin American cuisine, specifically Yucatan (Vera Cruz and Cancun), Brazilian (Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro), Peruvian, and Cuban.

“The nameCeiba (pronounced SAY-bah) refers to a tree indigenous to much of the region and purported to have mystical properties. No sooner had the restaurant opened in September, though, than the word also became a synonym for something else: good times.”
– The Washington Post

Decor: Modern decor, utilizing original stone, pile & mosaic tile from the Yucatan. Modern furniture made in Brazil from wood indigenous to Brazil. Contemporary, sleek style to match the contemporary Latin American cuisine of Ceiba. There will be murals throughout the restaurant celebrating the ceiba tree.

Menu: Contemporary Latin American cuisine

Wine: Featuring boutique wines from North & South America, focusing on eclectic grapes and wineries.

Bar: Full service bar featuring a selection of unique specialty drinks and martinis, both bottled and draft beers from all reaches of the globe, specifically showcasing South & North America. Specialty drinks from South America such as mojitos and caipirinha. We will also featuring select tequilas.

Dress Code: Ceiba’s dress code is upscale casual. We welcome well-dressed guests as well as those that are casually dressed. Cut-off jeans, halter tops, tank tops, baseball caps, t-shirts and flip-flops are not acceptable.

Reservations: Reservations are strongly recommended.

Corkage: There is a $25.00 corkage fee for bottles of wine that are not purchased from Ceiba. Guests cannot bring in bottles of wine that are offered on Ceiba’s Wine List.

Cake Plating Fee: A $4.00 per person plating fee will be charged for any cake brought in not purchased at the restaurant.