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Brio opens on Wednesday at Chestnut Hill Square

Posted by Kara Baskin  November 11, 2013 12:00 PM

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A rep tells us that BRIO Tuscan Grille plans to open on Wednesday at the new Chestnut Hill Square development. BRIO is a national chain, and this is the first one in New England.

As the name suggests, the menu nods to Tuscany. Expect oven-roasted steaks (gorgonzola-crusted filet), chops (Tuscan-grilled pork chops), seafood (grilled mahi mahi), made-to-order pastas (lasagna bolognese), and entrée salads. They'll also serve a kids' menu and a gluten-free menu, plus a $3.95 bar sampler menu and a bellini brunch on weekends. Executive Chef Jeff Feldman used to work at Chestnut Hill's Papa Razzi. Below, Brio's ravioli di bello.


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