Joco Diversions

June 4, 2013 5:14 PM

From the menu to the friendly service, Mio keeps things simple

Retired investment banker Julian Viso’s first restaurant, Mio, opened in a shopping center at 135th and Roe in Leawood last summer. Modeled after Italian trattorias, Mio has many recipes that use just five or six ingregients.

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