Although Brio is technically a chain, it somehow manages to keep both the atmosphere and the food very unique. Brio was recommended to my my hairdresser whose shop is across the street on Rt 73. The first time we went there, we missed the brunch but the entrees are wonderful as well. If you can, try the brunch which runs Saturday and Sundays, 11:00 -3:00 PM. There is always an omlet of the day, but we were adventurous and had the frittata al forno, which is eggs layered w/angel hair pasta, bacon, onions, spinach, artichokes and various cheeses in a light creme sauce. The berries and cream french toast was lovely as well. The various coffees are great and of course, the bread...The atmosphere here is lovely. Very old world yet airy. The check isn't bad either (about $20 a person but that was for everything and tip as well). Definately worth the trip.
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