I am aware that most of the time we do not think of Brio as a pizza place. But it is an Italian restaurant and surely they would have pizza. That was the thinking that brought me to lunch with Trixie at Brio at Polaris.
There are two Brio restaurants in Columbus that I go to - at Polaris and at Easton. My favorite is to go to Easton on a spring or summer day and eat outside and watch the kids in the fountains. But Polaris has the advantage of being in a mall, so that I will have an opportunity to buy something along the way to eat. As I did this time....but that is not the point, is it?
The restaurant itself is nicely appointed. . It has both carpet and wood floors and outdoor dining as well (it was hot the day we came). I like the pillars in the restaurant and the plants and what we decided to call the "Tuscany Gold Walls." It is kind of noisy but but there is sort of a festive air to dining here.
The good news about the salads was that they were 130 calories - the bad news is that they were bland and mostly iceberg lettuce.
Our biggest disappointment was the service which was slow as we found ourselves waiting for coffee and a box (Trixie could not finish her meal.)
So, my pizza and salad and service rating is kind of low for this experience. But I have been here many other times and had wonderful meals.