Carrabba's Italian Grill
- General Info:
- Carrabba s Italian Grill is a chain of casual dining restaurants with locations throughout the United States. Carrabba s is owned and operated by OSI Restaurant Partners. OSI Restaurant Partners' portfolio of brands consists of Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Roy's, Lee Roy Selmon's, Blue Coral Seafood & Spirits and Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurants. It has operations in 50 states and 20 countries internationally. Carrabba s serves flavorful Italian dishes prepared from ingredients imported from around the world--fresh mussels rope grown in the icy cold waters off the coast of Prince Edward Island, or Borges extra virgin olive oil imported from Catalonia, Spain, and Garafolo pasta imported from a small town outside Pompeii. The restaurant uses only USDA Choice beef, and its chicken and fish are always fresh, never frozen. It also offers specialty drinks, including a citrotini, Italian sangria, pomegranate martini and wild berry cocktail. The restaurant features a dining room, patio and bar, with seating for more than 240 people. Carrabba s also offers gift cards for birthday parties, anniversaries and family celebrations. The restaurant maintains a location in Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Extra Phones:
Fax Number: (480) 948-1119
08/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I WAS THERE WIL MY FAMILY, AND A PARTY OF ABOUT TEN CAME IN. OUR WAITRESS TOTALLY IGNORED US, THE BIG PARTY HAD FOUR WAITERS WAITING ON THEM. WE SAT THERE A HALF HOUR, AND WAS STILL WAITING FOR OUR SOUP. WE HAD TO GET THIER ATTENTION. THEN A DIFFERENT WAITER CAME TO OUR TABLE, HE FORGOT EVERYTHNG WE ORDERED, THE FOOD WAS BAD, THE BUTTER WAS SO STALE, I CANNOT BELIEVE THEY WOULD SERVE THAT TO CUSTOMERS. TERRIBLE SERVICE, EVEN IF YOU HAVE A SMALL PARTY, YOU DESERVE THE SAME SERVICE A BIG PARTY IS HAVING. THE FOOD WENT DOWN HILL THE PAST FEW MONTHS, AND NOW SO HAS THE SERVICE.
07/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We went here early on a Friday night for dinner. There was no wait to get a table although there were some people waiting when we left. I had raviolis with grilled chicken in a tomato cream sauce and it was amazing. I ate my son's leftover spaghetti and meatballs later and it was really good, too. The atmosphere in the restaurant is kind of dark and cozy. The waitress was really nice and came by to check on us several times. The prices were reasonable considering that we had leftovers. My entree cost about $15 (there were several that were less expensive) and the kid's meal was about $5 (but didn't include the drink).
04/23/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We had heard a lot about Carraba's, so we were very anxious to try it.
The service was fine, the atmosphere was nice...very busy, but still cozy.
But the food was just average. Nothing bad...just fine. The wood-fired pizza was the best out of everything we tried--the crust was slightly crisp and the sauce was tangy without being overly acidic.
Worth a try.