Brio locations dot the map from coast to coast, but the restaurant at the edge of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center is ground zero for ladies who lunch. The eatery distinguishes itself from the building's previous pasta pusher (the Macaroni Grill) with Da Vinci-esque framed renderings throughout the spacious dining room and a gigantic menu of offerings with a Tuscan accent. The paninis, pastas and selections from the flame (the spot is marketed as a "Tuscan Grille," after all) come super-sized. So if you're in the market for something really generoso, Brio delivers.
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