Bravo Brio Restaurant Group Inc. began offering guests free wireless Internet access this week at its 83 casual-dining restaurants, moving into territory that, until now, has primarily been traveled by quick-service and fast-casual chains. The Columbus, Ohio-based company operates upscale, full-service Bravo Cucina Italiana and Brio Tuscan Grille restaurants. In the past, officials at table-service restaurants companies have expressed concerns that some guests might abuse free Wi-Fi and ...

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