by Marc Hurwitz
A chain of Italian restaurants will be closing its only Boston-area (and Massachusetts) location next month.
According to a source, BRIO Tuscan Grille at Chestnut Hill Square is shutting down in December, with a message from the company confirming that the dining spot will indeed be closing on December 2. Once it closes, there will only be two locations of the chain in New England--in Danbury and Farmington, CT.
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BRIO Tuscan Grille first opened at Chestnut Hill Square in November of 2012; the chain is part of the Bravo Brio Restaurant Group, which is headquartered in Columbus, OH. (The website for BRIO Tuscan Grille can be found at https://www.brioitalian.com/index.html)
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