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Dinner Today Dinner Tomorrow

Written on October 2, 2012

Maggiano’s Little Italy Classic Pastas*…On The House

Imagine a warm and inviting world where you can hear Frank Sinatra crooning in the background, everyone is smiling, mounds of Mom’s Lasagna or boat loads of Baked Ziti are served, and you’re the guest. Now imagine you get to take home your leftovers plus a fresh, scratch-made pasta dish of your choice for tomorrow, compliments of the chef…on the house!

Dinner Tonight Dinner Tomorrow

Doesn’t that sound like a dream? Well the good news is that you don’t have to use your imagination to find such a great offering for lunch and dinner. We invite you to try our Classic Pastas, nine scratch-made dishes you can order today and take another home for tomorrow.

In celebration of giving away our 6 millionth Classic Pasta on the house this month, we created National “On The House” Pasta Day. We want to share this holiday with you, so save the date for Monday, October 22nd for what we have in store for you. These are (and have been) on our menu for good, so you have plenty of time to enjoy all nine. Free pasta for life!

Classic Pastas
Dinner today.  Dinner tomorrow.

Marinara or Meat Sauce

Spaghetti & Meatball
Marinara or Meat Sauce

Bowtie Aglio
Broccolini, Fresh Spinach, Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Parmesan

Mom’s Lasagna
Crumbled Meatballs & Sausage, Ricotta, Marinara or Meat Sauce

Eggplant Parmesan
Provolone & Marinara Sauce with Spaghetti Pomodoro

Taylor Street Baked Ziti
Italian Sausage, Pomodoro Sauce, Italian Cheese Blend

Four-Cheese Ravioli
Pesto Alfredo Sauce

Baked Rigatoni Pomodoro
Calabrian Chicken Sausage, Smoked Mozzarella, Pomodoro Sauce

Fettucine Alfredo
Asiago Cream Sauce

Enjoy the welcoming atmosphere at Maggiano’s Little Italy for your next meal out or special occasion. We also invite you to like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Pinterest, and watch us on YouTube for more recipes and tips.



*Classic Pasta dishes and prices may vary per restaurant. Dine-in only.

  • Couponmommiez

    Please bring back  gnocchi as a ‘classic pasta!’

  • Maggiano’s Chef’s Table

    [...] the fun spirit of National Pasta Month, what type of pasta do you think you are most like? Are you sweet and caring or bold and daring? [...]

  • Westresequine

    The label on the take-home pasta dish says for reheating instructions to go to ”reheat” on your website. I can’t find reheating instructions ANYWHERE on this website!

  • PJ

    I can’t find “reheat” either, very poor website.

  • Jkcline01

    This is such a great take home deal. Especially good if you’re handicap.

  • Phyllis Hansen

    so is there an italian word for reheat I wasn’t told about?

  • Wayne

    for as much discussion as there is about re-heating their product why don’t they add something to there web page to explain re-heating instructions?  Unbelievable!

  • Maggiano’s Chef’s Table

    [...] Enjoy Classic Pastas…On the House* [...]

  • sweetlamb

    Seriously (to commenting folks)??  This restaurant is MARVELOUS!!  The option to make a selection that includes a frozen take-away:  wow!  If you have a problem finding “how to reheat”–for the love_ _ _:  figure it out for yourself?  IT IS AN UNUSUAL AND WONDERFUL OFFERING.  The food is terrific, as well as the atmosphere. …can’t wait to go back!

  • Rc_pat_k

    Okay it has been in the refrig now for sixteen days as I try to find the “reheat” link that is supposed to be on their website.  My wife is gathering attorney names for lawsuits as when I finally find the “reheat” link the food should be full of bad stuff that will kill me.  What a deal,,,dine in and get a meal to take home but we won’t tell you how to reheat it.  Problem is by the time we find the website link the meal is bad and the person is dead so another lost customer. I think my wife will take her lawsuit money and eat at Macaroni Grill.  By the way my wife’s paid for meal had reheat directions on the paper lid of the tin foil container.  I guess the lesson is we want the paying customer to come back but get rid of the free loader.  Enough of this….back to the website to find that elusive “reheat” link.

  • Maggiano’s Little Italy

    We’re sorry to hear about this. We would like to contact you directly as well. Hopefully you’ll join us in the future and our reheating instructions can be found at

  • 365daysoff

    Do you need instructions on the carton to pour your milk? Good Lord!

  • guest

    Heating instructions…

  • Maggiano’s Chef’s Table

    [...] White Wine Sauce is a key component in our Classic Pasta, Bowtie Aglio, but you can use it and Aglio Butter to elevate several types of [...]

  • Cagekt

    google maggiano reheat pasta it does not list Every dish but gives a general idea

  • Maggiano’s Chef’s Table

    [...] your belt, and now it’s time to bring all of your skills together to create one of our favorite Classic Pastas, Bowtie [...]

  • Suzanne Lenahan

    Can you freeze the Taylor Street’s Baked Ziti and have it another time?

  • Anonymous

    Really?  Well, next time try this:  Go to the site listed on the pasta dish which is NOT but which takes you right to the instructions.  BTW?  I call Bullsh*t on your entire post.  I refuse to believe that anyone would be so stupid as to leave the food for 16 days whilst searching for reheat instructions.
    Not that hard to reheat food…..even without instructions.  Lawsuit…too funny.


    WOW…..everyone can CALM DOWN. The reheat tips are under Chef Tips on the right side of the screen.

  • Maggiano’s Chef’s Table

    [...] the date! July 29th is National Lasagna Day, and we get to honor one of our nine Classic Pastas, Mom’s Lasagna. Being a Classic Pasta definitely has its perks because when you dine-in and order [...]

  • fan

    in the time it took these people to post their complaints, they could have figured out for themselves how to reheat leftovers. . . it’s not rocket science!

  • Louisville Lip

    So, no one answered the question, can you freeze the reheat? It “ain’t rocket science” bu it would be nice to know someone else’s experience. This is too good a stuff to waist. So we will freeze and use later. Maybe we can share our experience.

  • RiaAnne

    Heating is easy. But I was wondering how long they keep. The leftover container from dinner said after 4 days discard. My daughter brought the extra dinner homeso I couldn’t ask. When I make lasagna I count 6 or 7 days but I make it fresh and cook it all the way thru. Some restaurants make it ahead of time so that adds to how it’s good for. it smelled good but they should just post on the reheating page an expiration or freeze by time. I know when in doubt but it smelled so good!

  • Love Maggianos!

    You seem to have NOT read the web address for reheating take home – it is not the main website it is Bon Appetite!

  • Jingle

    DAH!!! The label tells you exactly what site to go to for reheat instructions.

  • Bobby

    Maggianos and Macaroni Grill are owned by the same company. So, kinda defeats your purpose.

  • MonIca Richmond va

    Maggiano’s Little Italy Four Cheese Ravioli, Pesto Alfredo Sauce is the best dish around, if you have not tried you need to

  • Leo

    Poor spelling is not a handicap.

  • EW

    People! Can you not tell satire when you read it? lol this one!

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