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Abreo Restaurant (formerly Brio Restaurant), among other aesthetic updates, has recently undergone a name change. While we have a different look, our character, style, and vision remain the same! We are dedicated to constantly creating and refining our menus to bring you an exceptional dining experience.
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
American, International, Spanish, Contemporary, Wine Bar
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
We visited for the first time before a show at the Coronado. It was 5:30 so during 1/2 price drinks. Downside is that waiter did not charge us 1/2 price. We didn't notice until after we left and show was starting. Other than that, food...More
Every time we visit, we leave with smiles on our faces. Great food and great wine, plus outstanding service. Items we enjoyed were duck tacos, chicken crepes, apple salad, ribeye steak and Korean beef! All excellent and wonderful flavors. Leave enough room for dessert, for...More
We actually went here for dinner to try Abreo out to see if we wanted our wedding catered by them. Between the so-so food and having to chase down the person that provided quotes for catering, it just wasn't worth it.
I recently dined at Abreo in Rockford. This little gem is a multi-national small plates place that doesn’t disappoint.
We ate in the bar, but I’d recommend the small outdoor courtyard if the weather is good - looked like they had better seats.
Imbued with the spirit of the holidays my wife and another couple who are friends of ours (a good deal younger but nice) went out to eat and chose Abreo. In the past we've been to Oasis (I know, but you can get food from...More
We love dining in downtown Rockford and count Social and Octane as some of our favorite stops for great food and good conversation with friends. This was our first trip to Abreo, and based on our other downtown dining experiences, and word of mouth advertising,...More
PDalPra...couldn't have said it better myself. We really don't have a dress code per se, but we do have people who will get dressed "to the nines" and not feel out of place as well as more casual diners who feel equally... More
PDalPra...couldn't have said it better myself. We really don't have a dress code per se, but we do have people who will get dressed "to the nines" and not feel out of place as well as more casual diners who feel equally comfortable. As the other reviewer suggests....dress how you feel comfortable and we'll take care of making it a great evening for you and your special date.
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