I don’t care what these few lame reviews have to say... we live up the street from Brio and I even worked here back in ‘98... this place is OUTSTANDING... and anyone that knows anything about dining out knows that you have to try it a couple times or more before getting a real feel and flavor for the place... this place is casual with a refined menu of offerings... it’s a very nice family and date night kinda restaurant... Brio is a staple and a must-have for the local community and should be here and hopefully will remain here for decades more to come... easy like Sunday morning
Most disappointing $100 meal I’ve ever ordered. The baguette was burned and missing the dipping sauces (could get a better one from Ralph’s). The cups of soup were barely filled and mostly just briny both with 2 bits of lobster in one of the orders. Pasta was dry and flavorless. Gelato was missing the chocolate sauce. The only decent thing was the pizza. This was our first and last time ever eating here. We tried it after thinking it was the Brio Italian Grill (not Tuscany) we’ve had before that is amazing. We realized it wasn’t the same before ordering but thought we’d give it a try. Total waste of money!
Very well organised and convenient restaurant. They offer big meals and for affordable prices. I enjoyed the menu very much and the waiters were very friendly and informative. Recommended.
Nice Italian restaurant, still open with live music. Great people!
During these difficult times, I went to the famous ventanita to get some Latin treats. I really wanted to find the local spots that are still open and be able to give them some support. I was glad to see the ladies behind the counter were in good spirits and taking all the necessary precautions to stay as safe as possible. Customers were also very polite and conscious of the situation.
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