Via Cibo offering virtual tours with Google Maps

13, Jan. 2014

Wanna check out the Italian street food restaurant, Via Cibo, but aren’t in the area? No problem! Thanks to Google Maps, you can now take a virtual tour of Via Cibo’s interior space, with the Street View option.

Via Cibo opened this past July (2013) and quickly created a stir. As a fast-casual restaurant concept that fits right in between sit-down fine dining and the quick service model, Jump Branding & Design brought this vision to life with an interior design that’s inspired by the streets of Italy, but with a modern twist that highlights the use of stainless steel, marble and walnut wood. This makes for an industrial style that meets Old-World Italian neighbourhoods.

As such, Via Cibo was contacted by Google, who were eager for a chance to get in and take photos of Via Cibo’s interior space for use in their Google Maps Street View option that now invites people for an interactive 3D tour of interior spaces. As an early adopter of this innovative feature, Via Cibo gives potential customers the opportunity to get a sense of the atmosphere and the type of restaurant experience they’re in for, without being there – perfect for those who like to know what they’re in for. For more information on Via Cibo, check out their Jump-designed and developed website: