The Low Down
Save Money: Half-portions are a good bet; they're still generous and considerably less expensive.
Know Before You Go: Make reservations for groups of five or more, or you could end up deep on a waiting list, especially on weekends.
The Extras: There are private dining rooms available for large groups or receptions.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Reminiscent of a restaurant in New York City's pre-war "Little Italy," Maggiano's is a blast from the past. The large and varied menu of classic southern Italian fare specializes in lavish portions of old-world recipes. Reigning supremeâ¦
By Roseann M at Insider Pages
One of my favorite places to dine! I love the atmosphere...I always feel like I've stepped back in time. The food is the best around...hands dow... Read More
By Mike C at Insider Pages
The best thing I can say about this restaurant is that it's relatively inexpensive and serves huge portions. Trouble is, the food is not very good.... Read More
Delicious, large portions
By Christina E. at Judy's Book
This restaurant serves up steaming, yummy Italian cuisine in very large portions, even at lunch time. The appetizer bread given out when you arriv... Read More
Pricey, but worth it
By N G at Insider Pages
Maggiano's could easily be considered the best Italian that Houston has to offer - we love the atmosphere and the dishes are great too! The prices ... Read More
VERY GENEROUS PORTIONS
By Sheila P. at Judy's Book
Dining at Maggiano's Little Italy restaurant is an absoulte must. About four years ago my daughter moved from Louisiana to Houston to attend school... Read More