Brio Tuscan Grille

Gulf Oyster Farmers Face Federal Ban

NEW ORLEANS (Oct. 28, 2009)—Federal officials plan to ban sales of raw oystersharvested from the Gulf of Mexico unless the shellfish are treated todestroy...


Bravo Brio to be sold to GP Investments for $100M

The owner of Bravo Cucina Italiana and Brio Tuscan Grille will be acquired in an all-cash deal.

Cooler autumn weather brings the urge to turn on the oven and serve warm, comforting desserts. Bread pudding fits the bill. These places are giving the old-fashioned dessert some modern twists.

(April 27, 2011)—The fourth edition of the Hazards and Controls Guide, as it is known by industry, has been published by the FDA. This updates the last...

Often the main ingredient in pancakes and biscuits, due to the rise of consumer interest in fermented foods and bolder flavors, buttermilk is being revived and reintroduced in several new and interesting culinary applications.

QSRs are experimenting with less traditional breads, delivering on consumers’ desire for upscale options.

The challenge: to create a “home-run” salmon dish that could supplant the grilled salmon that had been on Brio Tuscan Grill’s menu since day one.

A go/no-go review of each branch is part of a comprehensive new plan to revive the operator of two polished-casual chains.

A look at the top chains winning with solo diners—as well as those scoring high with most consumers but missing the mark when it comes to dine-alone guests.

Millennials are the most reliant on foodservice of all generations, finds Technomic. They also drive off-premise dining, including takeout and delivery.

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