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Maggiano’s Little Italy has been serving up Italian fare since 1991. That's when founder Rich Melman opened the first location in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. Originally part of the Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises restaurant group, Maggiano’s has since expanded to include more than forty locations in several states throughout the U.S. The atmosphere is casual, friendly, and is often offset by a Sinatra soundtrack.

Their menu offers both traditional Italian favorites as well as Maggiano's own specialty dishes. For example, pasta lovers with a taste for the classics can opt for spaghetti and meatballs, fettuccine alfredo or lasagna, or can sample an original house creation, like Rigatoni D, which combines rigatoni pasta with mushrooms, caramelized onions, and herb-roasted chicken in a creamy Marsala wine sauce. Currently, Maggiano’s has a special offer on their pasta: if you order one classic pasta dish for at least $12.95, they’ll give you another to take home with you.

Vegetarians have several options as well, with traditional selections like eggplant parmesan, or spaghetti marinara, or house specials like mushroom ravioli al forno, which is ravioli filled with parmesan cheese, mushrooms, onions and Marsala baked in alfredo sauce. Another original choice for vegetarians might be Maggiano’s gnocchi, which is ricotta pasta in a tomato cream sauce with vodka and roasted garlic.

Desert Options

Should you have room for dessert, you have several options. Tiramisu (ladyfingers soaked in espresso and liqueur layered with mascarpone cheese, topped with a dusting of cocoa powder and shaved chocolate), and Maggiano’s Signature Spumoni are both popular choices.

Groups of four or more guests can choose to dine family-style. This is a great way to sample a variety of dishes. For example, with the Classic family-style option, your party can select two appetizers, two salads, four main courses, and two desserts. All selections arrive at the table in large dishes or platters from which you can serve yourselves. Portions are generous, but should your group want more of any dish, they will gladly replenish it; it’s basically all-you-can-eat.

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Reward Programs

If one visit to Maggiano’s simply is not enough, you will be rewarded for your loyalty on return visits by joining the Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club. Details of the program can be found on the Lettuce Entertain You web site at: www.leye.com/gift-cards. Here are some of the basics:

For members in Illinois, there is a one-time enrollment fee of $25.00. After your first visit to Maggiano's or any other Lettuce Entertain You restaurant, your Rewards Card will be reimbursed $10.00. After, your second visit, your card is credited an additional $10.00, and after your third visit, another $10.00.

Outside of Illinois, the one-time enrollment fee is $10.00, which is reimbursed after the first use of the Frequent Diner Card, with no points deducted from your account.

The reason for the difference in enrollment and reimbursement costs in Illinois is that there is a large concentration of Lettuce Entertain You restaurants in the Chicago area, so diners there have more opportunities to visit more locations.

Earning Rewards

Once you have joined, you will earn one point for every one dollar spent on food and beverages at participating restaurants.

For every 350 points earned in Illinois a $25.00 reward is posted to your account within two business days of your visit.

Outside of Illinois, a $10 reward is posted for every 140 points earned.

Silver Status is achieved when you spend at least $1000 at Lettuce Entertain You restaurants. At the Silver level, 1.25 points are earned for every dollar spent.

Gold Status is awarded to diners spending at least $2500.00. Gold level members earn 1.50 points for every dollar spent.

Note: Frequent Diner points are rewarded at all Lettuce Entertain You restaurants, with the exception of Maggiano’s, which are only rewarded in Illinois or Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

Take Out Options

You can enjoy Maggiano’s cuisine even if you’re planning an evening in.

Online menus are available for take out or delivery orders on their official web site: maggianos.com. Restaurant reservations can also be booked on the site, and gift cards for any amount can be purchased, to be sent either via e-mail or regular mail. As an added bonus, if you sign up for their e-mail club, you'll receive $10.00 off your next visit.

And should you be planning a special event, from a business meeting or dinner to a wedding, banquet facilities are available at Maggiano's. Frequent Diner Club points will be awarded for booking special events, and some locations outside of Illinois also offer a VIP (Very Important Planner) program which offers some additional incentives.

Printable coupons can be found at a few different web sites. For example, www.retailmenot.com, www.dealspl.us, and www.coupongreat.com currently have coupons for a free jar of sauce or salad dressing if you purchase a gift card for at least $25.00 at a Maggiano’s restaurant. The offer is valid for in-store gift card purchases only, and is not valid if purchased online. Be sure to check the web sites for expiration dates and changes.

With options like the Frequent Diner Club, the E-Club sign-up bonus, and printable coupons, dining at Maggiano’s can certainly be a rewarding experience.

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