Pasta with seafood, please. And a caesar salad would be nice, too.
Umm yum! Looks like the place to be. Remember when chopped and channeled was what one did to a hot car. 50's I suppose. I was waayy to young of course. MB
Both of my sons used to work at Carrabas. We always used to sit at the bar and talk with them while they worked ( if they weren't busy).
I've heard this is a good place.
I would like a wood-fired pizza, please (no mushrooms)
Now this looks like a warm and friendly place!
It is so much fun to watch chefs as they work to fill orders in a busy restaurant.
Enjoy !It remember me a japanese restaurant in Paris where you can see all. Pierre
et (c'est ce qui compte le plus) le repas etait bon ?
Okay, now I want to freeze, take a sunset tour and have osso bucco alla romana all at the same time. You did it.
Looks like a good place to eat, and spotlessly clean looking too. Always a good sign!
I imagine the food is great there, an interesting mix. In portuguese language "A Cozinha" :)Léia
Rumor has it that we will be getting one here in Citrus county....yum.
I didn't know that they were such a big chain! Well, enjoy!On my picture from yesterday you asked about the name. The time before when I posted a picture of a pronghorn, I called it an antelope and got a comment that there are no antelope in the US. So this time I looked up the scientific name and posted that. Still looks like it should be called an antelope to me.
I always enjoy a resto like this where you can see people at work. One of the reasons I always loved breakfasting at The Waffle House. The kitchen is an interesting place!
I love the Italian cucina ;-)
Were they preparing your dinner?
Now I am hungry! Looks like I place I would like.
I like Carrabba's. They consistently have good food, plus they take good care of people with special diets (like yours truly).
Looks spic and span! I like that.
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