Although the food is very good, with excellent service and atmosphere, we don’t go there often even though we could walk there. We like traditional Italian food. Brio seems to want to present an upscale image by having a fancier type of food. Forget traditional ravioli and spaghetti. They seem to specialize in creamy type dishes. Just too rich. They do say, and have, honored special request for more traditional dishes. They will prepare traditional pizzas and ravioli. I want to see those on the menu. The place is typically not very crowded. Nice in the summer for eating in the outside patio. Their sister, Bravo is more traditional. Our friends do enjoy their happy hours.
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