Ravioli Day: Brio, Bravo offer ‘Buy 1, get 1 free to take home’


Both Brio Tuscan Grille and its sister restaurant chain BRAVO Cucina Italiana are offering a special “buy one, take one home free” deal on select ravioli dishes to celebrate National Ravioli Day today, March 20.

Brio operates restaurants in The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek and in Liberty Center in Butler County. BRAVO operates restaurants near the Dayton Mall in Miami Twp. and outside the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, as well as in the Mason and West Chester areas.

Brio’s featured ravioli dishes for the “buy one, take one home for free” offer are:

• Ravioli Di Bello: Portobello ravioli, crimini mushrooms, grape tomatoes, Parmesan, thyme, champagne brown butter sauce ($12.95 at lunch; $15.95 at dinner)

• Lobster & Black Pepper Shrimp Ravioli: Spicy black pepper cream, spinach, grape tomatoes; ($19.95 at lunch; $22.95 at dinner)

BRAVO’s featured ravioli dishes for the “buy one, take one home for free” offer are:

• Chianti Braised Beef Ravioli: Sangiovese braised beef-filled ravioli, roasted sweet potatoes, brown butter, sage ($16.99 at dinner)

• Lobster Ravioli Alla Vodka: Sautéed shrimp, tomato cream sauce, pesto bread crumbs ($18.99 at dinner)

The offers are good while supplies last.



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