When my family was invited to have dinner at BRAVO in Fort Worth, TX, we couldn’t jump in the car fast enough! After our last visit to their sister restaurant, BRIO, there was no way my children (or husband) would let me pass up this opportunity.
BRAVO recently introduced a 2-Course Dinner Menu, featuring dishes from fresh, cut-from-the-sheet pasta to premium quality meats, chicken and seafood with three always-fresh, high-quality Italian salads. With items starting at just $12.99, they are more than note-worthy! Enticing guests with fun, Italian fare featuring premium ingredients woven into classic Italian favorites, the menu’s new entrées feature an entirely new taste of approachable Italian dining.
The 2-Course Dinner Menu at BRAVO!
Guests can currently enjoy their choice of entrée, reflecting BRAVO!’s new culinary-forward “attitude” with fresh, high-quality ingredients, in its 2-Course Dinner Menu. Presenting dishes from fresh, cut-from-the-sheet pasta to premium quality meats, chicken and seafood, the 2-Course Dinner Menu includes a delectable entrée and salad, and features always fresh, always BRAVO! choices, catering to guests’ desires for high-quality Italian food.
Salads (Choice of one)
BRAVO! Chopped Salad with chopped greens, cucumbers, red onions, tomatoes, olives, Feta cheese and red wine vinaigrette
Insalata Della Casa with chopped greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon, crispy pasta and Parmesan dressing
The Insalata Della Casa was my favorite, but let’s not forget about the Antipasti, which happened to be my husband’s favorite! (He said it’s like a sandwich without the bread!)
Antipasti Salad with romaine, sopressata, Provolone, peperoncini, red onion, black olives, marinated red peppers, basil, oregano and red wine vinaigrette
Entrées (Choice of one)
Pizza BRAVO!: Bursting with Italian flavors, Pizza BRAVO! is topped with spicy sopressata and peperoncinis, smooth mozzarella/provolone, crushed red pepper and parmesan, and finished with fresh basil and a drizzle of lemon aioli. ($12.99)
Baked Chicken Parmesan: An Italian classic with BRAVO!’S delicious hand-breaded chicken covered in Pomodoro and mozzarella/provolone cheeses and baked to perfection. Served on top of a bed of fresh herb linguine. ($18.99)
Linguine Carbonara: A classic pasta dish made with fresh linguine, Alfredo, garlic, Applewood smoked bacon, fresh peas and a creamy white wine and parmesan sauce. Garnished with fresh black pepper. ($15.99) (Sunny side up egg – add $1)
Grilled Chicken with Sun Dried Tomato Goat Cheese: Herb-marinated chicken breast, topped with a sun dried tomato goat cheese garnished with lemon butter sauce, pesto bread crumbs and fresh basil. Served with delicious mashed potatoes and perfectly seasoned haricot vert. ($16.99)
Shrimp Scampi Pasta: BRAVO!’s fresh capellini with an abundance of sautéed shrimp, garlic, diced tomatoes, dash of lemon juice in white wine sauce topped with pesto breadcrumbs and a garlic crostini. ($16.99)
Delicious? There was no doubt about it. After speaking to the head chef at BRAVO!, I appreciated the fact that only the highest quality of ingredients and Italian finesse are used in the dishes. My favorite? I would have to split that choice by 4. They were each unique in it’s own way, leaving us wanting to eat more. If I had to choose, I don’t even know if I could. My son liked the Chicken Parmesan, while my husband would recommend the Grilled Chicken. I agree with both of them, but the fresh pasta in the Linguine Carbonara makes it hard to pass up! I know we will be back to the restaurant before this deal ends on September 30 – I have to try the pizza and add it to my list! The 2-Course Dinner Menu is hard to pass up!
Something else that was hard to pass up: DESSERTS! The impeccable, yet unique, flavors come together once again to leave your belly excited to go back.
That first dessert is a Cannoli Crumble that I could have eaten as my meal! It was not to be outdone by the Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee and Warm Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie. These desserts are like any other, and I highly recommend you try at least one… Or get a variety and split them among the table!