My wife and I have been going to Brazie s for 14 years. Never a bad meal and always 1rst class service. John has been our favorite server over the years. The Tenderloin Modega is to die for. You must also try the Tomatoes Florentine and Cassata Cake.
I made a reservation 3 weeks prior.. an old friend was coming into town and we have not seen each other in 27 years!.. I talked to the hostess in depth about the place and asked her a lot of questions about the restaurant, the food, what she would recommend, how private it was to talk, if it was romantic enough.. etc... It turned out perfect!! I even asked her the servers that I should get for this occasion to make it special.. it worked! The place was clean, neat, white table clothes, wine was excellent and the food was divine! I'm picky , from Los Angeles, and I was very impressed..we sat in the back, romantic and perfect for 2 people to catch up... server was great! His name was John..Would go here again and recommend! The hostess I spoke to was not there, I would of gave it 6 stars, but the one I had , was not as nice at first, said something to me, but then was nice the rest of the time..thank goodness!! The evening for me, starts with the hostess, the girl behind the bar, was a sweetheart, we had a drink before dinner, and got sat, right away after!! ... so it was nearly perfect! thanks Brazie's!! For a wonderful experience!! The 1st hostess was right on the phone when she said this is some of the BEST Italian food in St Louis!!!!! It is!!!! The owners should be impressed that their workers are such loyal employees and believe in their food and restaurant!! They should all get a raise! They were all great!! Thanks again!
WOW!!! Cigar smoke ruined a perfect dinner. Not one, not two, but many. I'm home now and clothing smells like smoke. OK my fault I should have left instead of staying for dinner. WON'T MAKE THAT MISTAKE AGAIN!!!!! OH! YES! You smokers should be happy for now I don't know if I can even go to Brazie's to eat!!! You know where you can put that cigar!!
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