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Dec 27, 2010 by Hamilton County Tourism
Every week this winterÂ we will highlight one of ourÂ favoriteÂ Hamilton County, Indiana restaurants.Â This week, weâ€™re going Italian and highlighting a local favorite, Maggianoâ€™s Little Italy. [caption id="attachment_3034" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="One of the many choices at Maggiano's"][/caption]
Take a look at their menu. What is there not to love about all of those selections? At Maggianoâ€™s, you can easily find your favorite dish and order it again and again, or try something new every time you visit. They have all the traditional Italian favorites â€“ spaghetti, ziti, ravioli, lasagna â€“ and unique dishes like Chef KB's Lobster Carbonara, which is what I ordered the last time we went for dinner.The portion sizes are huge.Â Not only was I able to share a taste of the creamy noodles and the giant bites of lobster, I took home enough to have the rest for lunch the next day.Â I might have been able to finish it at the restaurant, but I had to have one of their chopped salads too.Â Blue Cheese crumbles, prosciutto and a lemony house vinaigrette make this a "must have" for me! While I went with just my husband on this last visit, Maggianoâ€™s also is a great place for a family dinner or a workplace celebration away from the office. If you have four or more in your party, you can order from their family-style menu. Scroll all the way down to the bottom and look at those dessert choices! When you drive by the restaurant, it always looks like theyâ€™re busy. But when you go inside, you always receive great service, even if there is a wait.Â If somehow youâ€™ve managed to miss the food and fun of Maggianoâ€™s, you need to add it to your list of must-try restaurants. Maggianoâ€™s is just our latest stop on our winter culinary tour. Where should we visit next?
Dec 27, 2010 by: Michael Kobrowski
Well - Westfield should be next of course - either Queso Blanco (they became members right?) try the fajitas or chilli verde beef. Or Marlows Cafe - best sausage gravy ever :-)
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