Brio Tuscan Grille
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Standing ovations are welcomed but not required at these restaurants. Bravo Brio Restaurant Group owns and operates more than 90 upscale casual-dining locations in 30 states throughout the Midwest and Southeast. The restaurants operate under the names BRAVO! Cucina Italiana and BRIO Tuscan Grille. The company's flagship BRAVO! Cucina Italiana restaurants – more... offer pasta, pizza, and other affordable Italian-inspired cuisine. The group's BRIO Tuscan Grille concept, meanwhile, specializes in upscale Tuscan-style ambiance and entrees such as steaks, chops, and fresh seafood. Bravo Brio Restaurant Group went public in 2010.

Through its public offering, Bravo Brio Restaurant Group raised about $140 million in capital to pay off debt, with additional funds earmarked for operational purposes. Its expansion plans call for an additional 50 new restaurants to open through 2015.


BRAVO! Cucina Italiana and BRIO Tuscan Grille locations are primarily in larger metropolitan markets and around suburban retail and entertainment developments. Promoting themselves to the up-market segment of the casual dining sector, both chains tout their use of fresh ingredients to offer authentic Italian cuisine. They compete largely against chains such as Maggiano's Little Italy (owned by Brinker International) and The Cheesecake Factory.
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What is it like to work at Brio Tuscan Grille?

3.6
Work/Life Balance
3.0
Compensation/Benefits
3.2
Job Security/Advancement
3.3
Management
3.6
Culture
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What do employees at Brio Tuscan Grille say about culture and work-life balance?

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3.0
Lackluster at best
Written by Server, Bartender, Trainer (Current Employee) from Naples, FL on September 14, 2019
The best part of working at brio were the other staff members you worked with. It was fun at times, but then also felt like high school. The menu is all over the place, and they replace good selling items with things nobody wanted. Certain members of the management team are a joke, who can not write a proper schedule to save there life.
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What jobs are available at Brio Tuscan Grille?

Top work locations
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Freehold, NJ
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St. Louis, MO
4.3
Chestnut Hill, MA
4.3
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
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Wayne, NJ
Most popular roles
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Prep Cook
4.1
Server Assistant
4.0
Food Runner
3.9
Chef
3.8
Host/Hostess

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Based on 46 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 46 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 42 interviews
About a day or two
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