Brio brings the pleasures of the Tuscan country villa to the American city. The Italians built their spacious country villas to escape the pressures of urban life and enjoy "La Dolce Vita" (the good life). They would mingle with family and friends and eat freshly prepared food from their grounds while surrounded by natural beauty. In just this manner, Brio offers its guests "La Dolce Vita."
This food at Brio is all simply prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients. The menu emphasis is on prime steaks and chops, homemade pasta specialties, and flatbreads prepared in an authentic Italian wood-burning oven. Brio's villa-like interior features arched collanades, hand-crafted Italian mosaics, Venetian plaster walls and marble countertops.
Brio has among the highest average unit sales in the industry and was voted the 2002 "Hot Concepts" winner (Nation's Restaurant News). The average Brio seats 200 guests in 7,200 square feet of space. Brio has consistently received rave reviews by giving its guests this taste of Tuscan bliss.
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