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Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant Review: The same old-fashioned feel of Little Italy has been faithfully recaptured in this suburban outpost of the Maggiano's chain. In a beautiful colonial building, families may feast on huge portions of good, Italian-American fare and not worry if the kids misbehave. For the adults, there's Sinatra in the background and the fried zucchini and eggplant Parmesan. Doggy bags are usually requested. Order the fish of the day or the lemony chicken piccata over spinach for something on the lighter side. A 100-seat outdoor porch is the area's largest for al fresco dining --- also good for happy hour. You won't believe the size of the meatballs.