An open kitchen churns out wood-fired pizzas and fresh-made pastas at this casual Sicilian-American chain.. In Short Decorated with family photos of founders Damian Mandola and Johnny Carrabba, the open dining rooms pack groups of friends and extended families into four- and six-person tables and booths; smaller parties or couples can grab stools at the open kitchen's adjoining bar to watch chefs make dinner. The traditional southern Italian menu offers grill specialties like steak Marsala and fire-roasted chicken breast with sun-dried tomatoes; pasta dishes include fettuccine Alfredo and garlic-sauteed shrimp with linguine.
If that's your thing..
The food while good, has a little too much garlic, making some things too strong. The service is good, and the atmosphere is pleasent. The booths you sit in are rather large. Sometimes the wait can be pretty long, but I've gone before on a Saturday night and got seated pretty quickly.
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