* Click here for rating key
Carrabba's Italian Grill Restaurant Review: It may seem like all the tourists had the same idea when you are waiting for your table, but a satisfying meal and professional service are worth the wait. There are always plenty of families with kids in tow, and little ones don't have to settle for chicken fingers; the kids' menu also offers pepperoni and cheese pizzas, ravioli, and spaghetti with meatballs. You might want to start with the bruschetta, which changes daily, or a generous plate of fried calamari. You can go mainstream and opt for chicken Marsala, cannelloni, or spaghetti with meatballs, but we recommend the linguine pescatore with shrimp, scallops and mussels in a spicy tomato sauce, or the ribs agrodolce --- tender baby-back ribs braised in red wine and herbs. The wine list is mostly Italian and offers some interesting variety. For dessert, you have options: go all the way with the sogno di cioccolata, a fudge brownie with a brush of Kahlúa, chocolate mousse, whipped cream and chocolate sauce. Or, walk on the lighter side with one of six bacino, mini versions of the restaurant’s featured desserts.