A friend from out of town and I wanted to try a new place for dinner. Cafe Brio was close so we thought we would give it a try. I would like to see more of a selection on the menu but we tried the chile rubbed steak quesadillas and they were excellent, the salsa was spicy but good after the initial shock of heat, the chips were fresh and yummy. The have fourteen kinds of margaritas , the one I chose was delicious, my friend had something with blueberry in it... not so good. The service was great but there were only a few people there when we went. The atmosphere leaves something to be desired. I have been in this building multiple times over the years dating back to when it was "The Arch" and it pretty much has not changed inside for the last 25 years despite multiple different tenants . Love the idea of the patio and I think if they would lower the price on the drinks and food a bit they would bring in more business. I want to definitely go back to try again but I would love to see it become one of my fav places to go and recommend to others.
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