We enjoyed brunch yesterday at the Brio. This is our second visit and we spent several hours catching up with friends. I had an omelet from the brunch menu served with potatoes. The omelet was good sized and had interesting sauces. Not terrific by quite edible. My wife enjoyed the lasagna. Our friends had a Panini and a salmon salad. The latter was a hit but the former went half eaten. We skipped the "exhibit" desserts that they show you on a tray and went for the ice cream. For us, this was a good decision!
The service was friendly, attentive and accommodating! For a mall chain restaurant, this was pretty good experience.
A caveat: It is really noisy in the main dining area. If you have hearing issues, sit in the side area that is off to the left as you enter. There are several quiet tables there with good spacing.
We will go again
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