I'm not a reviewer, but I had to leave one after my experience tonight. I went with my girlfriend to little Italy tonight to celebrate our anniversary. I asked for a table for two and the woman taking reservations looked me up and down like I just came off the streets. I was wearing a calvin klein t-shirt and polo shorts- not that it should matter. Maggiano's isn't the most posh place in town. She didn't say anything, but you know the look. Anyways, I brushed that aside and looked forward to dinner... Well after a while of eating bread and sipping on water I realized we had been there awhile and no one had taken our food or drink orders. My gf noticed other parties being waited on that arrived after we did. I noted the time and twenty minutes later with still no acknowledgment of our existence we got up and left. As we left no one even told us to have a good night or asked if anything was wrong. I did notice a lot of large parties so maybe they just aren't concerned about tables of two. By this time it was 8:30 and we were both tired. In the end we went home and ate leftovers. I know the dinners not important to celebrate an anniversary and its more about our company, but this really angered me.
Always great. This is one of my favorite places. They have great food, good prices, and big portions. I have come here a few late nights, always great!
Great place. Great price for a great meal, I come here often and always enjoy the meal/service. I've never been disappointed.
Great Food !!!.
The food here is amazing the service is great.
I eat at this establishment on a very regular basis.
Take your friends or family and enjoy!
Family-friendly restaurant serves up enormous portions of southern Italian favorites in a nostalgic setting..
Family-style portions and red-checkered tablecloths create a casual, congenial vibe, drawing families and large groups to this feast of Italian-American nostalgia set to a Sinatra soundtrack. The made-from-scratch menu is brimming with traditional dishes, from starters like fried calamari, Parmesan garlic bread and Tuscan-style mussels to spaghetti with meatballs and manicotti with chicken and spinach. For those with room to spare, a piece of sweet tiramisu and a strong cappuccino help finish the meal.
User review by bocadoll. dynamite saltimbocca- great house salad-Joey's pomodoro sauce is super and grandma's pound cake is simply fabulous!!! Nice to sit in the bar area- great waitress in Pamela!
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