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Maggiano’s Strawberry Pie

Written on August 1, 2014

Our Strawberry Pie†** is just one of the three ways we’ve put strawberries in the spotlight on our Chef’s Features menu, available through August 27th*.  The creamy mascarpone mousse, ginger balsamic glaze, and toasted almonds compliment the strawberries and buttery crust so well. Enjoy this and our Strawberry & Peach Soda, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Make-A-Wish. We like to call that dessert for a cause! #EatADish4MAW

Maggiano's Little Italy Strawberry Pie

Here are more strawberry-filled Chef’s Features you’ll enjoy:

Strawberry & Peach Soda**
Pellegrino, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup

Florodora
Hendrick’s Gin, Fresh Lime Juice, Strawberry, Simple Syrup, Fever-Tree Ginger Beer


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† Dish Contains Nuts
*Subject to Availability
** Between 7/3/14 – 6/24/15, Maggiano’s Little Italy will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish® from each select dessert and $.50 from each select beverage purchased, with a minimum guarantee of $150,000 from all in-restaurant promotions. For more information, visit wish.org

 

  • Mary

    Your on-line menu should carry the prices–many of we seniors like to know this information.

  • EMS

    how much is the strawberry pie?!?

  • Pearl

    Balsamic vinegar glaze is a fabulous topping for desserts. haven’t yet tried the ginger balsamic glaze, but the mention of it makes me want to rush right over for lunch, and save room for coffee and dessert.

  • Victor Brzozowski

    We are loyal customers and eat at Maggiano’s once a month or more, We went to the Maggiano’s in Columbia, Md for lunch on 8/8/14 and specifically to try and enjoy the Strawberry Pie. We were told it was not available until the end of August. So what is going on Maggiano’s. Why do the 2 restaurants in Maryland seem to be so different in their menus than other Maggianos we visit and do not even have a dessert you are sending as emails to customers to try???? If it is “Subject To Availability” why not let your customers know which restaurant locations are NOT going to serve the dish.

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