Is Brio In Boca For The Dogs?

Brio Tuscan Grille Boca May Not Be Your Type Of Restaurant If You Don't Have Four Legs And Pant.

Brio Boca Raton Dog

This dog, while unquestionably cute, was permitted to sit at a table at Brio in Boca Raton.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Raising serious health questions about cleanliness, Brio Tuscan Grille on Town Center Circle in Boca Raton apparently has no issue if dirty, feces sniffing dogs are sitting at tables with patrons.

The dog photographed above was inexplicably a dining partner Saturday night.

While strongly believes that anyone pushing a dog in a stroller is suffering from brain damage or other issues, restaurants allowing animals in the physical confines of the establishment — we believe — should be cited and fined by health department officials. There is no reason that a dog should be sitting at a table in a restaurant, nor should other patrons be forced to eat dinner feet away from animals.

If its owner is in such need of K9 comapanionship, its owner shouldn’t leave home — let alone bring the animal to a restaurant. There are no signs indicating that Brio has transitioned into a restaurant for animals, nor is there any indication that the animal in question was a service a dog.

Beware, Boca: if you expect your restaurant to be clean and free of animals, skip Brio Tuscan Grille.

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