(Updated 1/29/2020) Brio is closed in Tysons Corner Center, but the restaurant chain has not officially announced why.
The location closed Friday, according to an employee from the Fair Oaks Location (11750 Fair Oaks Mall). The employee was not able to provide specifics on why the restaurant closed.
A sign on the restaurant’s door said that guests are welcome to dine at the Fair Oaks location, which will remain open.
People could previously enjoy an array of Italian fare and kinds of pasta at the Tysons location, according to the chain’s website.
A server at an adjacent restaurant in Tysons Corner Center told Tysons Reporter that Brio closed because the restaurant was unable to renew its lease at the location.
“The closings of Brio and American Tandoor are for different circumstances and has no correlation to the vitality of Tysons Corner Center,” a spokesperson for Tysons Corner Center told Tysons Reporter on Jan. 29.
Tysons Reporter reached out to Brio’s headquarters and is awaiting comment on why the location closed.
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