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March 05, 2009

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nosh

OK, You review two brunch places at once, so you don't post your usual details section. Local Harvest Cafe says they don't allow smoking inside, but when the weather permits outside seating it is ok out there. Brio permits smoking in the bar area, not in the dining area, and says you do not have to pass through the bar to be seated in the dining area.

You usually post a notation about the smoking policy when listing the restaurant info -- why not here? As bad as being subjected to waves of smelly discharge at night, I definitely don't want to be accosted first thing on a nice morning. Are you hiding something?

Ann

Thanks. We've fixed it.

Colleen K

"...the next generation Duff's" - Love it! :)

hmw0029

went for dinner the other day. The vegetarian lasagna was excellent!
I don't know why they get very low ratings on Sauce.
Would like to go back for lunch/brunch.

Barbara Carlin

I adore the banana bread pudding. It's the best I've ever had.......will you share the recipe?

BARB

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