Although Brio does not offer breakfast every day of the week, they do have an extensive breakfast menu during Saturday and Sunday brunch. They focus on providing quality Italian food that is authentic and fresh and their morning offerings are no different.
Beginning in 1999, Brio began cooking up Italian-American favorites that are sure to satisfy. Whatever your craving is, they are sure to have an option for you during their extensive brunch. It is the perfect place to meet family or friends and have a relaxing morning.
Brio’s Breakfast Hours & Days
- Saturday – Sunday: 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM
- Note: Brunch is only served on weekends and hours vary by location.
Brio’s Breakfast Menu Items
During brunch, you can get favorites like omelettes, eggs, and breakfast meats. It is also served until 3:30 PM so you can head over to Brio, even if you wake up late! They have perfect items to share or devour for yourself.
From the French toast to the shrimp and grits, everything will fill you up, satisfy your cravings, and pair perfectly with your morning coffee. There is no need to worry about cooking on the weekends. Just check out the menu below to see the kind of options you can get when you visit.
- Scrambled Eggs & Bacon: $9.95
- Sicilian Omelette: $12.75
- Berries and Cream French Toast: $11.75
- Vegetable Omelette: $11.25
- Ham & Biscuit Benedict: $11.25
- Shrimp & Grits: $12.95
- Espresso: $2.75
- Cappuccino: $3.50
- Caffe Italiano: $5.50
- Caffe Disaronno: $5.50
- Latte: $3.50
- Coffee: $2.50
- Tea: $2.50
Brio’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods
Berries and Cream French Toast: This sweet breakfast item is perfect for those who need a little sugar to get going in the morning. It is perfect if you enjoy drinking coffee and need something to pair with it. Plus you get some fresh berries that add to the taste and give you a refreshing flavor.
Shrimp and Grits: One of the more unique items on the menu, shrimp and grits is a southern creation. The grits are similar to oatmeal, but the shrimp adds flavor and texture. It is the most expensive item on the breakfast menu but it is well worth it.
Sicilian Omelette: This entree is an egg omelette stuffed with breakfast meats, caramelized onions, tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese. It is a breakfast favorite with Italian fare and is right in the middle of the price range.
Scrambled Eggs and Bacon: The cheapest item on the menu, this option is pretty simple and classic. It is packed with protein and a great way to start off your day! You will stay full and fueled throughout the morning!