I ate at Brio the first night it opened, and I've been back more times than I can count. Brunch, lunch, dinner: all have been really fine experiences. The staff is warm, helpful, attentive, and knowledgeable about the food and wine. The food is always reliably fine -- a teeny bit too salty for my taste, so now I ask for less salt when I order. The ambiance is grown up, and you can hear your dinner companions' conversation easily. The ONLY item on the menu I would suggest avoiding is the lamb paillard. It just doesn't work. When they have the pureed artichoke soup, ORDER IT. It's great!!!! Everyone I've brought to Brio returns. Desserts are fabulous, also.
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