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Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish® June 2 – 29

Written on June 2, 2011

As we continue our eighth annual Maggiano’s Little Italy “Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish®” campaign, we’re excited to unveil three new Chef’s features available in our restaurants nationwide starting today.  Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation®, an organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Thanks to the generosity of our guests and teammates, we’ve had a tremendous first half of the campaign. 

Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish menu
The new menu, available June 2 – 29, starts today making giving back fun and delicious! When guests order any item from the special menu, Maggiano’s will donate $1 per per dish and $.50 per drink to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Pasta
ORECCHIETTE WITH CHICKEN SAUSAGE
Disc-shaped pasta & Calabrian chicken sausage tossed with garlic, olive oil, sun-dried tomatoes, Swiss chard and Parmesan cheese

Entrée
GRILLED CHICKEN WITH TOMATOES AND ORZO (pictured)
Marinated chicken grilled & topped with seasonal heirloom tomatoes, Kalamata olives, roasted onions, fresh basil and a balsamic glaze

LOBSTER AND MASCARPONE CRUSTED TILAPIA
Tilapia topped with lobster and Mascarpone fondue, baked and served with grilled vegetables, balsamic glaze and fresh tarragon

Desserts
BERRY TIRAMISU
A seasonal twist on our classic Tiramisu, layered with fresh blueberries, blackberries & strawberries and orange-soaked ladyfingers

FLOURLESS CHOCOLATE CAKE
Decadent chocolate hazelnut cake served with hot fudge sauce and fresh blueberries, blackberries and strawberries ~ gluten-free

Check back throughout the month for behind-the-dish stories on each of the new Chef features.

  • Robby-robot

    Did I miss the fine print that showed the price or doesn’t anyone who eats at Maggiano’s care what the price is?

  • Erlinda_mirabella

    I didn’t see all the prices of all the food listed. Will you include the price, so that when we go there we know how much is our budget.

  • Marjimartin1

    I agree with the former comments.  Why not print the prices?  It would be the difference in just getting a meal and dining out.  Sometimes I just eat out, but am not interested in leisure dining.  Please give prices.

  • Ohio bred Chicago reared

    Just had occasion to enjoy the delicious LOBSTER AND MASCARPONE CRUSTED TILAPIA at Kenwood OH and the perfect Berry Tiramisu.  Priceless. Had as lunch for two: each ordered a side salad, split the entre, split the desert. No alsohol, just iced tea. With tip $48. Still tasting/relishing every bite.

  • Frannsteve

    I was in Jacksonville last week and had the grilled chicken with tomatoes and orzo.  It was wonderful.  I especially liked the seasonal heirloom tomatoes, Kalamata olives, roasted onions, fresh basil and the balsamic glaze.  Is there any chance the chef would share this recipe.  I am back in Naples wishing I could have ordered it again and tried to recreate it on my own. 

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