Maggiano's Little Italy guests can now double the portion on any carryout order for appetizers, salads, pastas, desserts and more without doubling the price. Known for its made-from-scratch, classic Italian-American dishes served family style, a visit to Maggiano's is reminiscent of a Sunday night visit to grandmother's (nonna's) house where there was plenty of food to go around and enough leftovers for everyone to take some home too. Starting today, that same tradition is now part of the carryout experience with the new menu option to Double the Portion, Not the Price.
"We asked our guests how we could improve our carryout menu knowing an increasing number of them enjoy their favorite meals outside restaurants today," say sLarry Konecny, vice president and chief concept officer for Maggiano's. "Our Guests told us they value the abundance Maggiano's offers—whether that is dining in restaurant, at home or creating a special occasion of their own outside the restaurant."
"We decided to launch our new carryout menu to all Maggiano's restaurants nationwide so our Guests can enjoy more Maggiano's at a greater value," adds Konecny.
To celebrate this new menu launch, guests who take advantage of doubling the portion on any carryout menu item will receive a complimentary slice of New York Style Cheesecake—made fresh daily—through Aug. 23.
Whether guests need to order more to share with friends and family or want to save extra for tomorrow's lunch, they will find more to love about Maggiano's new carryout menu. Guests can order anything on the carryout menu at regular price and double the same menu item for only:
- $3 for sides
- $5 for pastas
- $5 for desserts
- $6 for starters
- $6 for entrée salads
- $8 for chicken entrées
- $9 for specialty pastas
- $15 for seafood entrées
To learn more about the new carryout menu visit www.maggianos.com/double-the-portion and to enjoy more Maggiano's without doubling the price, place a carryout order online at www.orders.maggianos.com.
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