Same as it always is. Good bread and good pizza. Just one went in our family. But Carrbba's is a fav.
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Calamari Ricardo, Lasagna, Chicken Caesar salad, Amore Monday, Tasting Tuesday, Pizza & Wine Wednesday, Pollo Rosamaria, Meatballs & Ricotta, 3 Cheese & Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms, Tuscan Grilled Pork Chops... so many delicious reasons to go to Carrabbas!
Visit after visit we enjoy delicious food and great service from Nicole's smiling face. She goes out of her way to remember small details and make a dining experience over the top. The restaurant is very comfortable and atmosphere is pleasant. Note to management- raising the prices over and over will drive away business.
That's what my husband always says when we go to Carrabba's!! His favorite, my favorite is the Past Weezie which is now Alfredo weezie I believe. It is always good, you can call ahead for a table.
Let me first say I am appreciative that Carrabbas was open on Christmas Eve for a family dinner. As a traveller to our daughters home town the least we could do was take her out for dinner. We got in early enough to be seated right away! I oredered the grilled shrimp pasta dish and my wife the grilled chicken,... More
We were at a Christmas celebration dinner with 8 others at Carrabbas on Monday evening, December 12. My wife and I ordered and split a Chicken Parmigiana dinner and ordered an additional side salad so each of us could have a salad. I thought it strange that our waiter, Jamie, asked if we wanted a vegetable or pasta. I have... More
Superb food. Convenient location across street from many major hotel chains. Here's the "must order items" Prosciutto wrapped pork tenderloin medallionns with corkscrew pasta tossed in oil & garlic. Comes with port wine fig sauce for dipping. Dessert to die for is the tiramisu. All completely homemade, no frozen. Finish with their house blend coffee. Excellent meal, excellent service
We had a party of ten on a Saturday evening without a reservation. We expected a wait...so when the hostess told us 30-35 minutes initially, we fine with that; however, 45 minutes later when asked about our groups status, the hostess told us they were waiting for a party to keave so we could have their table. She estimated another... More
The food at Carrabba's is the usual pizza pasta similar to Olive Garden. I was expecting the bread to be breadsticks but they had small pieces of bread. The martini was good.
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