Food News: BRIO Tuscan Grille’s Tale of Two Risottos

Because when it comes to risotto, it’s better to let the chefs do all the delicious work.

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The 411

We all love risotto. And although we all like to believe we are Emeril Lagasse in the kitchen (enthusiastically yelling BAM! and all), this seemingly simple dish can be anything but simple to make.

In comes BRIO Tuscan Grille (currently South Florida locations) with a killer new special: “Tale of Two Risottos.”

Now through March 27, for only $19.95, you can enjoy one of two delectable and distinctive risotto dishes.

A “Tale of Two Risottos” brings to the table the following savory risotto dishes:

 

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Conundrum white wine, BRIO recommends pairing your risotto dish with Conundrum white blend or red blend ($11.95 glass).

Really Great Quote

“Authentic Italian risotto takes great care and expertise to make right, and BRIO is one of few restaurants to make the commitment necessary to serve a perfect risotto every day,” said BBRG President & Chief Executive Officer Brian O’Malley.

“At BRIO, we are pleased to offer guests this perennial favorite along with succulent lobster and shrimp, or delicate sea scallops through our ‘Tale of Two Risottos’ promotion.”

The W’s

When: January 19 to March 27 / Lunch & Dinner

Where: A BRIO Tuscan Grille near you (find location near you) **South Florida locations only**

Final Thoughts

This is one of those moments where it’s okay to sit back and let the professionals handle it, while you sip on your expertly chosen wine.

Happy Eats,

M

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