A Sweet Surprise
Satisfying A Sweet Tooth Brio Tuscan Grille is doing amazing things with desserts: The restaurant will serve a very small portion of any dessert on the menu for only $2.25. (I’m holding a small serving of their cheesecake on the right.) The size of the dessert is perfect – it’s about five or six bites. That’s all I really ever want for dessert anyway – just a few bites. On the day that I went into Brio, I was full after eating my meal. I didn’t even want dessert. But after I saw that I could order just a small sample, I jumped at the chance, and so did everybody I was with. No Thanks, I’m Full Most restaurants sell enormous chocolate-on-top-of-chocolate fudge brownie concoctions for $11 that are too big for anyone person to eat. A table of four might order one of these desserts if they can agree that they’ll all eat four bites. But, if two people don’t want any part of it, then nobody orders anything. That’s why Brio’s mini-desserts are brilliant. Nobody needs to agree on one dessert.