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Celebrating the Holiday Tradition of Eating Out at BRIO and BRAVO!

By December 9, 2014May 23rd, 2018No Comments
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Screen Shot 2014-12-09 at 1.49.16 PM‘Tis the season for shopping! Whether you’re out searching for the perfect gift for your family or friends, shopping can wear out even the most seasoned of veterans.

If you plan to be among the shopping, bustling masses of deal-seekers this year, then schedule a rewarding break at a BRIO Tuscan Grille or BRAVO! Cucina Italiana. Conveniently located within or near some of the best retail centers in Florida, BRIO or BRAVO! is a culinary oasis after a few hours of looking for the perfect gift.

Recently, the team at public relations firm Durée & Company has overseen the promotion for three new locations.

The 12th BRIO Tuscan Grille in Florida is now open at The Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota. Both the restaurant and the mall debuted in October, which means you can expect record crowds, as people check out the new stores and the new menu.

Just in time for the holiday season, Florida will welcome it’s 13th BRIO Tuscan Grille outside the Westfield Broward Mall in Plantation on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014!

The third BRAVO! Cucina Italiana in Florida opened this fall at the new Harbourside Place in Jupiter. The new restaurant is welcoming visitors and residents, excited about Jupiter’s brand new entertainment and retail destination.

Brio_Pot_Roast_0140BRIO and BRAVO! are known for their presentation and delivery of an authentic Italian experience.

BRIO (meaning “lively” or “full of life”) brings the pleasure of the Tuscan country villa to the American city. The subtitle, “Tuscan Grille,” is descriptive of the menu that features grilled and oven-roasted steaks, chops, seafood, made-to-order pastas, flatbreads and entrée salads. BRIO also offers an ample dessert menu, and full wine and cocktail list. Find a BRIO near you here:

BRAVO! Cucina Italiana is a “polished casual” restaurant offering classic Italian food amongst the shadows of Roman ruins. The subtitle “Cucina Italiana” means Italian kitchen, in which all cooking is done in full view of the guest, creating the energy of a live theater.  Find a nearby location here:

Plan a break from the cranberry-stuffing-pumpkin combos and take a brief journey to Italy, courtesy of BRIO and BRAVO! After all, eating out is a holiday tradition, too.

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