Brio Cacina Italiana

★★★★☆
  • 6653 Las Vegas Blvd S.

    Las Vegas, NV 89119

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  • 702-914-9145

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Ok, I eat here a lot!
Good food, great atmosphere and in the heart of Town Square. I love Brio..

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★★★★★

Ok, I eat here a lot!
Good food, great atmosphere and in the heart of Town Square. I love Brio..

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This restaurant has a nice atmosphere, but not overdone. The food has always been good when we have gone. The servers are very friendly, but could spend a little more time roaming the dining room than staying by the kitchen. Refills always seem to take five minutes longer to get than I would expect. I would definately recommend.

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★★★★☆

This restaurant has a nice atmosphere, but not overdone. The food has always been good when we have gone. The servers are very friendly, but could spend a little more time roaming the dining room than staying by the kitchen. Refills always seem to take five minutes longer to get than I would expect. I would definately recommend.

Pros: Food is good

Cons: Waiters could bring refills a little quicker

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We arrived for dinner at this local outpost of the upscale chain of Italian eateries, located in Town Square, and were impressed by the decor. We each started off with a rich and amazingly delicious cup of cream of morel mushroom soup. For an entre my wife ordered the shrimp and crab cakes with grilled vegetables and creamy horseradish. Her entre was very good, but the vegetables were over cooked. I chose chicken alla Sorrentino; pesto marinated and grilled chicken served over crispy eggplant with fresh Mozzarella, roasted tomatoes, pizzaiola sauce, citrus pesto and arugula which had been tossed in Tuscan dressing. Unfortunately my chicken suffered the same fate as Ann??s vegetables.

A few days later after seeing a show we arrived in the bar area for the late night happy hour. Unlike many restaurants offering happy hour specials, Brio does not require the purchase of an alcoholic beverage so we settled on glasses of ice water. We were shortly served a basket of Italian bread, sesame seed cracker bread and a crock of butter. Each appetizer is priced at $2.95 so we shared orders of Margherita flatbread (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil), braised meatballs and creamy polenta (topped with a Marsala tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese and parsley) and spicy shrimp and eggplant (grilled shrimp with Romano crusted eggplant and black pepper cream sauce). The meatballs and shrimp/eggplant dishes are highly recommended

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★★★☆☆

We arrived for dinner at this local outpost of the upscale chain of Italian eateries, located in Town Square, and were impressed by the decor. We each started off with a rich and amazingly delicious cup of cream of morel mushroom soup. For an entre my wife ordered the shrimp and crab cakes with grilled vegetables and creamy horseradish. Her entre was very good, but the vegetables were over cooked. I chose chicken alla Sorrentino; pesto marinated and grilled chicken served over crispy eggplant with fresh Mozzarella, roasted tomatoes, pizzaiola sauce, citrus pesto and arugula which had been tossed in Tuscan dressing. Unfortunately my chicken suffered the same fate as Ann??s vegetables.

A few days later after seeing a show we arrived in the bar area for the late night happy hour. Unlike many restaurants offering happy hour specials, Brio does not require the purchase of an alcoholic beverage so we settled on glasses of ice water. We were shortly served a basket of Italian bread, sesame seed cracker bread and a crock of butter. Each appetizer is priced at $2.95 so we shared orders of Margherita flatbread (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil), braised meatballs and creamy polenta (topped with a Marsala tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese and parsley) and spicy shrimp and eggplant (grilled shrimp with Romano crusted eggplant and black pepper cream sauce). The meatballs and shrimp/eggplant dishes are highly recommended

Pros: Excellent happy hour

Cons: Dinner overpriced, food overcooked

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Brio may have a Las Vegas Boulevard address, but once inside you'll find none of the pretension associated with dining on the Strip. The dining room has high ceilings with white fabric billowing across, creating a rustic atmosphere meant…

 

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