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Trio Restaurant Review

: We don't know what folks in the upscale-professional East Side suburb of Kenwood would do without Trio, a versatile restaurant with a young vibe, all-ages clientele and a hip, circular bar made for hanging out. The décor is contemporary but welcoming, with burnished wood booths, warm shades of bronze and copper, and snazzy brushed-metal accents. Trio has an eclectic menu --- from Italian pastas to all-American meatloaf and pork shank. Gourmet pizzas are a sure bet, from a simple Roma tomato and pesto number to smoked salmon with herbed cream cheese and capers. We also recommend the crab cakes and the mashed potato pie with cheddar, Monterey Jack, bacon, chives and sour cream. If you are looking for heart-healthy options, Trio offers a 245-calorie portobello mushroom burger, a 450-calorie California grouper or a Moroccan flatbread that's 230 calories. If you are not calorie-counting, though, you may be tempted by bread pudding with cream on the side or the fudge-like chocolate torte. There’s an extensive wine list, and the microbrews and martinis make happy hour happier.

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Average rating    5
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Trio Bistro is great
by maybemaebe on Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:12 am
A fancy place to eat at an affordable price is the best description I can give to Trio Bistro. The atmosphere is lovely and the food is excellent. Add that on top of awesome customer service and you have the perfect restaurant.
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