Ok, so I went this past weekend on 2/16/2013 with my boyfriend for our Valentine's Day dinner. He wanted to take me somewhere nice and brought me to Brio. I was very excited and had high expectations since it seemed like a nice place and was very busy. I WAS HORRIBLY DISAPPOINTED. I felt AWFUL that my boyfriend had to pay $50 for a half-hearted meal along with crappy service. In fact, we both left the restaurant STILL HUNGRY and went to a nearby Wendy's and got BETTER SERVICE THERE THAN AT BRIO. I will say the only good thing there was the bruschetta; it was fresh and very good. Sadly, that was the highlight of our experience there. First, my guy ordered a peach tea and after about 10 minutes of waiting for our drinks, a waitress showed up with a 20 oz. BOTTLE of peach tea that looked like it came from Quiktrip and poured it into a WINE GLASS; in front of us!!! With the cheapest entree being around $17, I'd think they could afford to make/offer FRESH flavored teas! I noticed that other tables around us received bread baskets-- we never got one or were offered one. As we were seated at our table earlier on, I made a point of looking around to other people's meals to get an idea of how large their serving portions were and we decided to split an entree. We choose the lobster and shrimp ravioli. HE RECEIVED 3 RAVIOLIS, WHILE I ONLY GOT 2!! It was a $22 meal, that included 5 raviolis total-- and they were NOT large raviolis. This is when we HAD to laugh through the rest of the meal. We thought it was a joke. I literally had a pound of spinach and garnishes over my 2 raviolis. Needless to say, we were still hungry and ready to get out of there and eat at Wendy's. I will say, the whole 2 raviolis I did have were tasty, but I didn't slow down and enjoy the meal since I WAS STILL HUNGRY. I was really looking forward to a great experience since everyone else looked like they were having a great time, but I cannot say how disappointed I was. I felt even worse for my guy who had to pay so much for such a crappy experience. He is not the type of person to make a big scene when he's that unhappy but will be letter the manager know this week how awful our dinner was. There is no free meal or anything that will get us to return to this restaurant.