Maggiano's Little Italy

★★★★☆
12th & Filbert Maggiano's is located across from the Philadelphia Convention Center, The Reading Terminal, and the Marriott Downtown. Our location is at the heart of tourism and community. We are located within walking distance or a short train ride to Philadelphia's top tourist attractions. Our management team will impress you with our signature flatbreads and authentic Italian cuisine. If you can't visit our location, we will bring the best of everything to you. The only thing you need to do is enjoy a fresh-made Italian-American feast with family, friends, or co-workers.
  • 1201 Filbert St

    Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Cross street: at Filbert St

    Map & Directions
  • 215-567-2020

About Maggiano's Little Italy

Hours
Sun 10:30am-10pm, Mon-Thu 11:30am-10pm, Fri 11:30am-11pm, Sat 10:30am-11pm

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The service was terrific - the food was very good - the price was more than reasonable - I would go back here in a heartbeat and I would recommend it to anyone staying in downtown Philly. Terrific value. Two of us had dinner - great

3
★★★★★

The service was terrific - the food was very good - the price was more than reasonable - I would go back here in a heartbeat and I would recommend it to anyone staying in downtown Philly. Terrific value. Two of us had dinner - great

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I would give this place a ZERO star if I could. We arrived at 5:45pm with a 2 and 3 year old. We ordered the food quickly, the food came out for the kids wrong so they went back and re-made their meal. 40 minutes after kids food came out

3
★★★★★

I would give this place a ZERO star if I could. We arrived at 5:45pm with a 2 and 3 year old. We ordered the food quickly, the food came out for the kids wrong so they went back and re-made their meal. 40 minutes after kids food came out

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What a mistake. For the quality and quantity of food this would have been overpriced at half of what I paid. $25 for a chewy tough veal marsala that tasted like it was microwaved and thrown into some gravy. Our party (4) shared what they called an Italian tossed salad. Again over priced and featured mostly lettuce. I feel like such a fool for paying these jokers that much money. I don't know why anyone would go back a second time. I won't.

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★☆☆☆☆

What a mistake. For the quality and quantity of food this would have been overpriced at half of what I paid. $25 for a chewy tough veal marsala that tasted like it was microwaved and thrown into some gravy. Our party (4) shared what they called an Italian tossed salad. Again over priced and featured mostly lettuce. I feel like such a fool for paying these jokers that much money. I don't know why anyone would go back a second time. I won't.

Pros: I didn't get sick

Cons: Poor Quality, Price

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Classic Italian setting approaches tacky. Food overpriced for a chain restaurant, but good. I had the Fettuccine Alfredo, Broccoli. The pasta was made fresh on location and the sauce was almost as good as mom??s. The service was prompt and the waitress cute. More of a place to take mom and pop than a date.

1
★★★☆☆

Classic Italian setting approaches tacky. Food overpriced for a chain restaurant, but good. I had the Fettuccine Alfredo, Broccoli. The pasta was made fresh on location and the sauce was almost as good as mom??s. The service was prompt and the waitress cute. More of a place to take mom and pop than a date.

Pros: extensive menu leaves off no classic Italian dish

Cons: lacks character / originality

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One of Philly's best Italian restaurants located near the Convention Center. Superb meals and excellent service. Drinks are moderately priced. The desserts are also excellent. Would recommend.

5
★★★★★

One of Philly's best Italian restaurants located near the Convention Center. Superb meals and excellent service. Drinks are moderately priced. The desserts are also excellent. Would recommend.

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I've been to this location twice and both times were for birthday dinners. The first time, we ordered the fixed priced family dinner and it was fantastic! We all got to take home some leftovers and I think we all had a very good time and ate tons of food. The second time, we just ordered several dishes and shared, which was great since we got to try a little bit of everything. I've never had a problem with the service but they seem to always be pretty busy. I love the fried cheese appetizer and the salmon with spinach is also delicious!

2
★★★★☆

I've been to this location twice and both times were for birthday dinners. The first time, we ordered the fixed priced family dinner and it was fantastic! We all got to take home some leftovers and I think we all had a very good time and ate tons of food. The second time, we just ordered several dishes and shared, which was great since we got to try a little bit of everything. I've never had a problem with the service but they seem to always be pretty busy. I love the fried cheese appetizer and the salmon with spinach is also delicious!

Pros: Group-dining, family-style

Cons: Parking

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We were invited to a birthday party for a friends daughter. Everything was so wonderful - the atmosphere, the food, the service, the ambiance, the history, the pictures on the walls, etc. - that we took our own children back the very next weekend. They loved it!! The portions of food are out of this world! We thought we had our favorite italian restaurant before, but now we have a new one. We highly recommend Maggiano's for all ages and all occasions.

2
★★★★★

We were invited to a birthday party for a friends daughter. Everything was so wonderful - the atmosphere, the food, the service, the ambiance, the history, the pictures on the walls, etc. - that we took our own children back the very next weekend. They loved it!! The portions of food are out of this world! We thought we had our favorite italian restaurant before, but now we have a new one. We highly recommend Maggiano's for all ages and all occasions.

Pros: Everything!

Cons: With it being so good, it gets a little crowded. But we were seated rather quickly.

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With all the incredible authentic Italian restaurants in Philly, why would anyone waste their time eating in a chain joint like this? The food was lousy, the drinks were watered down, the service was pathetic and the place is expensive. Basically this place is an Olive Garden on steroids, price included. One out of five stars is being generous for this clip joint.

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★☆☆☆☆

With all the incredible authentic Italian restaurants in Philly, why would anyone waste their time eating in a chain joint like this? The food was lousy, the drinks were watered down, the service was pathetic and the place is expensive. Basically this place is an Olive Garden on steroids, price included. One out of five stars is being generous for this clip joint.

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Maggiano's is delicious. The food is great. Its served family style, which is great if you are going with a large group. They do have a regular menu. The drinks are great too. It can get a little expensive, but you get soo much food, and the service is great. I'd recommend it!

5
★★★★★

Maggiano's is delicious. The food is great. Its served family style, which is great if you are going with a large group. They do have a regular menu. The drinks are great too. It can get a little expensive, but you get soo much food, and the service is great. I'd recommend it!

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My daughter and I (21 and 46) were in Philly for one night and staying in the nearby Marriott. We asked the desk for a dining suggestion within walking distance where we could go casually dressed and without hesitation the response was Maggiono's. We arrived around 6PM on a weeknight and were promptly seated. Our food was wonderful! Our server suggested that we order the half portions of our selections, and upon seeing the volume of food, we were glad she did! Everything was nicely presented and hot - nothing worse than cold pasta. We were a little surprised that there was no side salad included with the meal; although we received more food than we could eat, I do like to have a small salad accompany my meal. We were served bread, also nice and warm, but I did not care for the dipping oil - it seemed almost like straight vegetable oil; not at all what I would have expected but the rest of the meal was so wonderful that it was easy to overlook this.

Our server made our experience even more pleasant. She asked if were were celebrating an occasion, which we were not but we did mention that we were from out of town and asked if she had any tips on local shopping. She provided some good references for us, as well as some helpful travel tips.

We had no idea that Maggiano's is a 'chain restaurant' until we got our receipt. We thought we had stumbled upon a neighborhood gem - and I guess we did!

2
★★★★☆

My daughter and I (21 and 46) were in Philly for one night and staying in the nearby Marriott. We asked the desk for a dining suggestion within walking distance where we could go casually dressed and without hesitation the response was Maggiono's. We arrived around 6PM on a weeknight and were promptly seated. Our food was wonderful! Our server suggested that we order the half portions of our selections, and upon seeing the volume of food, we were glad she did! Everything was nicely presented and hot - nothing worse than cold pasta. We were a little surprised that there was no side salad included with the meal; although we received more food than we could eat, I do like to have a small salad accompany my meal. We were served bread, also nice and warm, but I did not care for the dipping oil - it seemed almost like straight vegetable oil; not at all what I would have expected but the rest of the meal was so wonderful that it was easy to overlook this.

Our server made our experience even more pleasant. She asked if were were celebrating an occasion, which we were not but we did mention that we were from out of town and asked if she had any tips on local shopping. She provided some good references for us, as well as some helpful travel tips.

We had no idea that Maggiano's is a 'chain restaurant' until we got our receipt. We thought we had stumbled upon a neighborhood gem - and I guess we did!

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Recommend you go. Not for the romance, but the Family Feeling. Loud. Brightly lighted. I had never been here before. We were a party of two; seated immediately on an Oct Saturday nite at 6pm. The place was already filling up. We both ordered off the October Specials Menu - Butternut Raviolio was great. Bracsiole (sp?) was exactly as I remembered as a kid. Coffee was a bit 'over cooked' - been on hte hot plate too long. We ordered a fried shrimp dish, I think from the main menu - which was a bit disappointing - I cannot recall the dishs' name. Our waiter, Emilio, basically left us alone - almost to the point of me having a feeling of 'self service restaurant' - "read the specials menu yourself". I noticed other waiters were more attentive to their tables - explaining and answering patrons' questions. The bus boys were great - refilling water glasses, and clearing the table.
Funny - when the check came I gave Emilio a credit card. He came back with the credit card receipt and explained to sign one copy and keep another for myself, wished us a nice weekend and reminded me to take my credit card. I'm no young pup, it wasn't my first time using a credit card. It was the way he explained 'how to' - with effort and so deliberately - I realized at that moment he was either a very new waiter; new to our country (??); whatever ... a 'lite went off' possibly explaining why Emilio never made a positive presence of himself. I'm sure his presence will improve with experience. I gave the traditional Full Service tip.

2
★★★★☆

Recommend you go. Not for the romance, but the Family Feeling. Loud. Brightly lighted. I had never been here before. We were a party of two; seated immediately on an Oct Saturday nite at 6pm. The place was already filling up. We both ordered off the October Specials Menu - Butternut Raviolio was great. Bracsiole (sp?) was exactly as I remembered as a kid. Coffee was a bit 'over cooked' - been on hte hot plate too long. We ordered a fried shrimp dish, I think from the main menu - which was a bit disappointing - I cannot recall the dishs' name. Our waiter, Emilio, basically left us alone - almost to the point of me having a feeling of 'self service restaurant' - "read the specials menu yourself". I noticed other waiters were more attentive to their tables - explaining and answering patrons' questions. The bus boys were great - refilling water glasses, and clearing the table.
Funny - when the check came I gave Emilio a credit card. He came back with the credit card receipt and explained to sign one copy and keep another for myself, wished us a nice weekend and reminded me to take my credit card. I'm no young pup, it wasn't my first time using a credit card. It was the way he explained 'how to' - with effort and so deliberately - I realized at that moment he was either a very new waiter; new to our country (??); whatever ... a 'lite went off' possibly explaining why Emilio never made a positive presence of himself. I'm sure his presence will improve with experience. I gave the traditional Full Service tip.

Pros: Its a Family Style Italian restautant.

Cons: Its a Family Style Italian restautant.

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The best and questionable place to go. I dined the first time during a lunch time group retirement party in March and the food was so tasty that I wanted to return. It was all good. The riggatoni alfredo with broccoli to the Salmon and it was the Chicken and Spinach Manicotti that got me since I'm non-italian but love many cultural foods. My second time there for lunch I ordered the chicken and spinach manicotti, which took a while, maybe 25mins or so, even though me and my buddy were among the first to get there and then it showed up a touch burnt on one edge but enough for me eat since I didn't have time to order anything else. I give a high rating because I didn't have time to reorder. They allowed to eat what I could and removed it from the tab. I will give them another chance because it's too fine of a place and atmosphere not to. I say try it at least once and maybe with these reviews they'll up the overall service.

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★★★★☆

The best and questionable place to go. I dined the first time during a lunch time group retirement party in March and the food was so tasty that I wanted to return. It was all good. The riggatoni alfredo with broccoli to the Salmon and it was the Chicken and Spinach Manicotti that got me since I'm non-italian but love many cultural foods. My second time there for lunch I ordered the chicken and spinach manicotti, which took a while, maybe 25mins or so, even though me and my buddy were among the first to get there and then it showed up a touch burnt on one edge but enough for me eat since I didn't have time to order anything else. I give a high rating because I didn't have time to reorder. They allowed to eat what I could and removed it from the tab. I will give them another chance because it's too fine of a place and atmosphere not to. I say try it at least once and maybe with these reviews they'll up the overall service.

Pros: The ambience and decor go hand in hand

Cons: I have to give them one more chance before I can truly respond....

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Was in Philly for a quick weekend - lots of running around all day and so decided on a quick take out of "quality" Italian. I stopped in Maggiano's on Filbert and got a small filet mignon to go, along with some garlic bread and a house salad. I must say that the steak was good - rare, as ordered and very tasty. However, the steak came with absolutely nothing along side except some fried onions on top. For the price ($28.00) there should have at least been a side salad, fries, something..... The house salad was good, but the garlic bread - oh God - awful! Tasted fishy, like someone used some anchovies on it or too close to it. Anyway - I would not go back there - I ended up throwing the entire order of bread out (and it wan't cheap either). The steak would be worth it if they threw the house salad in with it - but alone - hell, I can get one cheaper at Smith and Wollensky's in Manhattan! P.S. While the young lady at the take out desk was very cordial - the order took forever!

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★★☆☆☆

Was in Philly for a quick weekend - lots of running around all day and so decided on a quick take out of "quality" Italian. I stopped in Maggiano's on Filbert and got a small filet mignon to go, along with some garlic bread and a house salad. I must say that the steak was good - rare, as ordered and very tasty. However, the steak came with absolutely nothing along side except some fried onions on top. For the price ($28.00) there should have at least been a side salad, fries, something..... The house salad was good, but the garlic bread - oh God - awful! Tasted fishy, like someone used some anchovies on it or too close to it. Anyway - I would not go back there - I ended up throwing the entire order of bread out (and it wan't cheap either). The steak would be worth it if they threw the house salad in with it - but alone - hell, I can get one cheaper at Smith and Wollensky's in Manhattan! P.S. While the young lady at the take out desk was very cordial - the order took forever!

Pros: Grill item was good, service accomodating and courteous.

Cons: Italian item was awful, pricey.

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My husband takes me to Maggiano's on our wedding aniversary. The food is great everytime we come it is an experience. I highly recommend to anyone who wants to try something different.

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★★★★★

My husband takes me to Maggiano's on our wedding aniversary. The food is great everytime we come it is an experience. I highly recommend to anyone who wants to try something different.

Pros: Ambiance, Service, parking, Thumbs up!

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What a disgrace....a restaurant with "Little Italy" in the title... Their food was NOT fresh at all. My food was slightly warm at best. Their oil for for bread dipping was bland. The service was horrible... I am shocked. I mean it isn't just one thing that turns me off about this place, it is numerous things. I do not mind spending money for good food....they have guts charging what they do for their portion sizes and freezer burned entrees! We didn't do family style, there was 4 of us and we each got our own entree...The other three were not impressed either so that makes 4 people who will NOT be returning here.

1
★★☆☆☆

What a disgrace....a restaurant with "Little Italy" in the title... Their food was NOT fresh at all. My food was slightly warm at best. Their oil for for bread dipping was bland. The service was horrible... I am shocked. I mean it isn't just one thing that turns me off about this place, it is numerous things. I do not mind spending money for good food....they have guts charging what they do for their portion sizes and freezer burned entrees! We didn't do family style, there was 4 of us and we each got our own entree...The other three were not impressed either so that makes 4 people who will NOT be returning here.

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I recommend this restaurant to anyone and everyone I know going to Philly. I love: the brushettsa (oven roasted tomatoes, thick parmesean shaving, fresh basil, wondefule bread) the fresh mozerrella and tomato appetizer (melt in your mouth) the clamari (soft and perfectly coated) the crab cakes and lump and fresh- no fillers, the veal raviolis are rich and sinful, teh gnocchi is delicious. I have had the talapia, cheesecake and the tiramisu is huge and amazing. It's good for a romantic dinner and business0- it's such a hugfe reataurant, you'll find a corner you'll love!

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★★★★☆

I recommend this restaurant to anyone and everyone I know going to Philly. I love: the brushettsa (oven roasted tomatoes, thick parmesean shaving, fresh basil, wondefule bread) the fresh mozerrella and tomato appetizer (melt in your mouth) the clamari (soft and perfectly coated) the crab cakes and lump and fresh- no fillers, the veal raviolis are rich and sinful, teh gnocchi is delicious. I have had the talapia, cheesecake and the tiramisu is huge and amazing. It's good for a romantic dinner and business0- it's such a hugfe reataurant, you'll find a corner you'll love!

Pros: DELICIOUS!!, big restaurant, family style sharing

Cons: not one closer to my home!

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The two of us arrived at 9:30 p.m. and the restaurant was bustling. Our drink order took a long time to arrive. The second entree never arrived. Our waitress was nowhere in sight. When she finally re-appeared she asked if we wanted anything else before she brought the check. I explained that the veal entree had never been brought. I asked the waitress to box the pasta leftovers. the waitress had no explanation about the missing veal entree and was casual about the whole thing. She brought the check and then disappeared again. When she finally re-appeared, she had forgotten about the left-overs. after a while, she said that the leftovers were mistakenly tossed out. We decided to simply inform the manager of the series of mishaps on our way out. Not surprising, the manager seemed to be as casual about it as the waitress.....i recommend that you avoid maggiano's.

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★☆☆☆☆

The two of us arrived at 9:30 p.m. and the restaurant was bustling. Our drink order took a long time to arrive. The second entree never arrived. Our waitress was nowhere in sight. When she finally re-appeared she asked if we wanted anything else before she brought the check. I explained that the veal entree had never been brought. I asked the waitress to box the pasta leftovers. the waitress had no explanation about the missing veal entree and was casual about the whole thing. She brought the check and then disappeared again. When she finally re-appeared, she had forgotten about the left-overs. after a while, she said that the leftovers were mistakenly tossed out. We decided to simply inform the manager of the series of mishaps on our way out. Not surprising, the manager seemed to be as casual about it as the waitress.....i recommend that you avoid maggiano's.

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Be ready for food and lots of it. The staff was very well informed and checked up on some special needs for our last outing in Maggiano's. The water glass never went below half full before getting topped off and we enjoyed all the dishes. The medallions of beef on the family style dining were very good and the waiter got us a second plate before we requested it as it was a popular dish on the table that night. I highly recommend the veal ravoli in a cream sauce, very rich and filling. The place is crowded so I recommend reservations. Be hungry and bring family for an enjoyable time.

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★★★★★

Be ready for food and lots of it. The staff was very well informed and checked up on some special needs for our last outing in Maggiano's. The water glass never went below half full before getting topped off and we enjoyed all the dishes. The medallions of beef on the family style dining were very good and the waiter got us a second plate before we requested it as it was a popular dish on the table that night. I highly recommend the veal ravoli in a cream sauce, very rich and filling. The place is crowded so I recommend reservations. Be hungry and bring family for an enjoyable time.

Pros: Atmosphere, Good Staff, Great Food

Cons: Very Crowded

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I LOVE Maggiano's. The service is excellent. The food is superb. They have special for groups of 3 or more that you order certain items from like five categories (appetizer, salad, entree, pasta, desert, etc). Then you get unlimited refills of the item when you are done. You just tell your waiter what you want more of and the waiter brings it out for you. The only downside is on holidays or weekends it probably is packed so you can expect a wait of like 30minutes to an hour. They have a little area near the bar with stools and tables you can sit while waiting to be called.

PROS: great food, excellent service
CONS: long wait time

5
★★★★★

I LOVE Maggiano's. The service is excellent. The food is superb. They have special for groups of 3 or more that you order certain items from like five categories (appetizer, salad, entree, pasta, desert, etc). Then you get unlimited refills of the item when you are done. You just tell your waiter what you want more of and the waiter brings it out for you. The only downside is on holidays or weekends it probably is packed so you can expect a wait of like 30minutes to an hour. They have a little area near the bar with stools and tables you can sit while waiting to be called.

PROS: great food, excellent service
CONS: long wait time

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In the last several years that I have visited Philadelphia, my husband and friends and I have always dined at Maggiano's Little Italy and enjoy it immensely.

We come into Philadelphia either to see a particular museum exhibit, flower show or other cultural event, and always top the evening off by dining at this wonderful establishment. I am planning another visit in March 05.

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★★★★★

In the last several years that I have visited Philadelphia, my husband and friends and I have always dined at Maggiano's Little Italy and enjoy it immensely.

We come into Philadelphia either to see a particular museum exhibit, flower show or other cultural event, and always top the evening off by dining at this wonderful establishment. I am planning another visit in March 05.

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I went last year and had a wonderful time. Food was very good. Salmon was outstanding. Portions huge. We had the family style menu and portions were unlimited. Drinks a little pricey but o'well.
Ambience reminded me of a place where Sinatra might hang out.

2
★★★★★

I went last year and had a wonderful time. Food was very good. Salmon was outstanding. Portions huge. We had the family style menu and portions were unlimited. Drinks a little pricey but o'well.
Ambience reminded me of a place where Sinatra might hang out.

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Far exceeds the old Philly standouts. Food, atmosphere and service are all top notch. Even though they are growing nationwide, they still remain consistant and authentic. Number 1 in my book.

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★★★★★

Far exceeds the old Philly standouts. Food, atmosphere and service are all top notch. Even though they are growing nationwide, they still remain consistant and authentic. Number 1 in my book.

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I went there with a group recently and the food was delicous and the portions were so generous. A great place to go with a lively atmosphere and excellent food.

2
★★★★★

I went there with a group recently and the food was delicous and the portions were so generous. A great place to go with a lively atmosphere and excellent food.

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The meal I ate at the Maggiano's near the convention center had to be one of the saltiest of my life. My lips were chapping midway into the meal! In general I'm a salt-lover, but this was entirely too much. The Dallas Maggiano's is great and I was hoping this one would be, as well.

1
★★☆☆☆

The meal I ate at the Maggiano's near the convention center had to be one of the saltiest of my life. My lips were chapping midway into the meal! In general I'm a salt-lover, but this was entirely too much. The Dallas Maggiano's is great and I was hoping this one would be, as well.

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All the great italian restaurants in South Philly & a chain restaurant makes this list? gimme a break....this is kethup & noodles compared to great institutions like Marra's, Ralph's, La Vigna, Fredericks, Popi's, Macaroni's & Gregorio's in the northeast. I wouldnt even recommend this to a tourist, cause its not real Philly Italian!

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★☆☆☆☆

All the great italian restaurants in South Philly & a chain restaurant makes this list? gimme a break....this is kethup & noodles compared to great institutions like Marra's, Ralph's, La Vigna, Fredericks, Popi's, Macaroni's & Gregorio's in the northeast. I wouldnt even recommend this to a tourist, cause its not real Philly Italian!

Pros: none

Cons: chain restaurant

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My in-laws and I ate at the Center City location. They are very Italian. First, how can an Italian restaurant not have Italian bread? Who dips rye in olive oil? The food was competent, but not great. The service was dull and uninterested (it would have been nice to be checked on). The food was very reasonably priced, and the soup was great. If you want real Italian food, go to Ralphs, Gnocchi, or L'Angelo. It's not that bad at Maggianos, but there are so many better places.

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★★☆☆☆

My in-laws and I ate at the Center City location. They are very Italian. First, how can an Italian restaurant not have Italian bread? Who dips rye in olive oil? The food was competent, but not great. The service was dull and uninterested (it would have been nice to be checked on). The food was very reasonably priced, and the soup was great. If you want real Italian food, go to Ralphs, Gnocchi, or L'Angelo. It's not that bad at Maggianos, but there are so many better places.

Pros: Inexpensive, Large portions

Cons: Bland food, Expensive drinks, Poor service

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I'm from Virginia, and was elated to find out a Maggiano's was opening here. I don't go as much now, but last year my boyfriend and I ate there once a week. The service is great, and the food is even better-surprising for a chain restaurant!

2
★★★★★

I'm from Virginia, and was elated to find out a Maggiano's was opening here. I don't go as much now, but last year my boyfriend and I ate there once a week. The service is great, and the food is even better-surprising for a chain restaurant!

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You have got to be kidding me with this! How can you list a restaurant that has one in evey city. Every time I have been to one the food is always bland and mass produced. There is no love behind the food.

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★★☆☆☆

You have got to be kidding me with this! How can you list a restaurant that has one in evey city. Every time I have been to one the food is always bland and mass produced. There is no love behind the food.

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Nice atmosphere, good food, extra large portions, good prices. Just a little too noisy due to accoustics. Sometimes hard to hear others in your party.

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★★★★★

Nice atmosphere, good food, extra large portions, good prices. Just a little too noisy due to accoustics. Sometimes hard to hear others in your party.

Pros: Portions are huge, Food is good, Parking not a problem

Cons: Noise Level, Long wait w/o reserv.

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we were impressed with the premises which gave us a sense of dining in the old country. The management was very courteous and the wait person was very helpful in explaining the menu and the best way to order. The food was delicious and the portions were huge. Top it off our left overs were neatly packed in containers which instructions on how to heat and serve. Three cheers.

2
★★★★★

we were impressed with the premises which gave us a sense of dining in the old country. The management was very courteous and the wait person was very helpful in explaining the menu and the best way to order. The food was delicious and the portions were huge. Top it off our left overs were neatly packed in containers which instructions on how to heat and serve. Three cheers.

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Everything about this restaurant makes it stand above the rest. The ambiance is comfortable, but not sloppy. The serving staff is down to earth and friendly. The FOOD IS AMAZING! I found out they make EVERYTHING from scratch on a DAILY basis! Where do you see that now-a-days?! Also the portions really make an already great deal, too much to belive. When they say they are "abundant" portions, listen to them!

2
★★★★★

Everything about this restaurant makes it stand above the rest. The ambiance is comfortable, but not sloppy. The serving staff is down to earth and friendly. The FOOD IS AMAZING! I found out they make EVERYTHING from scratch on a DAILY basis! Where do you see that now-a-days?! Also the portions really make an already great deal, too much to belive. When they say they are "abundant" portions, listen to them!

Pros: Ambiance, Value, Banquets

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I went to the Maggianos in King of Prussia. The building is real nice, but our food and service were sub par.

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★★★☆☆

I went to the Maggianos in King of Prussia. The building is real nice, but our food and service were sub par.

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Any restaurant that offers you a warning as to how huge the portions are deserves some serious recognition. If you want great Italian food for under $20 and want to walk out with left-overs in an adorable mini-shopping bag, the Maggiano's is the place. By the way, the huge hunky desserts, mainly the Tiramisu--DA BOMB!!!

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Any restaurant that offers you a warning as to how huge the portions are deserves some serious recognition. If you want great Italian food for under $20 and want to walk out with left-overs in an adorable mini-shopping bag, the Maggiano's is the place. By the way, the huge hunky desserts, mainly the Tiramisu--DA BOMB!!!

Pros: Huge Portions, Great Service, Nice Ambience

Cons: Crowded

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This is one of the best Italian restaurants that I have had the pleasure of eating in. The food is EXCELLENT, the wait staff is EXCELLENT and the atmosphere is EXCELLENT. Need I say more

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This is one of the best Italian restaurants that I have had the pleasure of eating in. The food is EXCELLENT, the wait staff is EXCELLENT and the atmosphere is EXCELLENT. Need I say more

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My girl and I who from the Atlantic City shore took a trip up to Philadephia to do a little shoping at the Gallary came across this great restaurant. Maggiano's offers very large portions of for a very reasonable price.($40.00 a couple average) I would suggest Maggiano's to anybody who loves the taste of Italy. I'll be sure to come back again.
Also the waiter Geri was very professional and pratice great service.

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My girl and I who from the Atlantic City shore took a trip up to Philadephia to do a little shoping at the Gallary came across this great restaurant. Maggiano's offers very large portions of for a very reasonable price.($40.00 a couple average) I would suggest Maggiano's to anybody who loves the taste of Italy. I'll be sure to come back again.
Also the waiter Geri was very professional and pratice great service.

Pros: Inexpensive, Romantic

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Step back in time to the days when all Italian sauces were red, and portions were abbondanza. This handsome restaurant, directly across from the Marriott and adjacent to the Convention Center, evokes the red and white checkered tablecloths…

 

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