|Brio written on their plates. Very cool!|
Upon first glance, the restaurant seemed somewhat upscale but it still maintained a cozy feeling with its wooden tables, oversize booths, a high ceiling, and well lit rooms.
Next, our main entrees arrived. I ordered the crab and shrimp cakes lunch with 2 cakes. You can order a third cake but it costs more. I usually only order crab cakes, so the shrimp and crab combo was an interesting twist - moderately moist and well seasoned with herbs and spices.
The dish was paired with side of roasted vegetables and crispy potatoes. The medley consisted of roasted broccoli, carrots, red bell peppers and squash. The only downside about this dish is its relatively small portion, so if your starving, I wouldn't recommend eating this dish.
My lunch was $16 which is more than I normally spend for lunch. However, all of the restaurants around the Inner Harbor are more pricey that a neighborhood joint.
I would definitely eat at Brio again but would try a different meal - most likely a panini.