From the buttery yellow and chocolate brown walls that you want to eat for dessert to the wide-planked wood and stone floors, red velvet curtains, and simple but mismatched furniture, Café Brio is a well-appointed and comfortable place to linger over a long dinner with your dearest people. Eclectic artwork hangs salon style on the walls, and antique accent furniture takes you back to a simpler time, when almost all food was this fresh, simple, and delicious. The sherry braised pork cheeks and the rabbit fricassee are local favorites, but you can't really go wrong with any of the meat, seafood, and pasta dishes served up with a special bottle of wine. Make a night of it at Café Brio, starting with the cheese plate and topping it off with an espresso after dessert.
* Reservations recommended
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