Atlanta is a hot bed for delicious restaurants and eateries, but most apartment-ites don't have the budget to eat out at the all of the top dollar restaurants around town. Thankfully, there are still a few restaurants around town that are willing to give you a delicious, high scale meal without charging you an arm and a leg to eat there. One of the best of these is Maggiano's Little Italy, a neighborhood Italian joint that believes in giving their customers fresh, delicious food, while keeping the prices down and the smiles ever-present.
Maggiano's is all about it keeping the feel of a neighborhood restaurant, so you're sure to feel at home in the warmth and ambiance of the place. The Maitre D' is sure to meet you at the door with the smile and lead to your table, and the smiles just keep coming, from the wait staff, to the bartenders, to everyone involved in the process. The pacing of the meal can be changed to your liking, so whether you're in a rush, or if you're taking some time to relax, they'll cater the meal to a speed you can enjoy, and with food this delectable, you're sure to enjoy the whole experience.
Maggiano's menu is large and varied, so many how many times you come in, you're sure to find something different, but delicious, to tickle your fancy. Appetizers run the gamut, from the traditional, like fried cheese, calamari or stuffed mushrooms, to classier dishes such as mushroom ravioli al Forno or shrimp oreganata, or you could try one of their fresh, crisp salads or soup of the day. When it comes to entrees, you have two choices. You can get individual dishes, which still come with hefty portions, or you can get larger dishes perfect for family dining. Either way you choose, you're in for a treat, and either one will you give you a great selection to choose from.
Families can choose from their many delectable pasta dishes, including chicken pesto linguine, fettucine alfredo with brocoli, shrimp and angel hair arrabiatta, or braised beef canneloni, as well as their excellent entree options, including chicken or veal marsala, lobster ravioli, or even fresh pot roast. If you're going the individual route, you can get all these great dishes to choose from, as well as delicious steaks, veal chops, or gnocchi in a tomato vodka sauce. To finish things off, make sure to try their Tiramisu, which many patrons say is some of the best in town, or their homemade profiteroles.
Atlanta apartment-ites need look no further for affordable Italian food, because with it's varied, appetizing menu, its great atmosphere, and friendly, courteous staff, Maggiano's Little Italy is prepared to give one the best night out you've had in ages.