Carrabba's Italian Grill was founded by Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola in Houston, Texas in 1986. The restaurant features hand-prepared family recipes made from the finest ingredients and prepared to order in an exhibition kitchen. The success of Carrabba's led to the popular PBS cooking show Cucina!, starring Carrabba and Mandola, as well as a series of companion cookbooks. There are currently 240 Carrabba's Italian Grill locations around the country.

Offering Italian-inspired cuisine passed down from our founders’ family recipes, Carrabba’s uses only the best ingredients to prepare fresh and handmade dishes cooked to order in a lively exhibition kitchen. Featuring a wood-burning grill inspired by the many tastes of Italy, customers can enjoy signature dishes, including Chicken Bryan, Spiedino di Mare and a fresh twist on an Italian Classic, Wood-grilled Chicken Marsala. Carrabba’s was voted #1 Italian in the 2014 Consumer Picks Survey by Nation’s Restaurant News.

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Carrabbas Family Bundles



Bring home a made from scratch family meal. Each bundle includes an entree, salad and fresh baked bread to feed 4 to 6 people. Prices starting at 34.99

The entree choices are:

SPAGHETTI:  Topped with our pomodoro sauce, bolognese meat sauce, meatballs or sausage.

CAVATAPPI CARRABBA: Cavatappi pasta tossed with our made from scratch Alfredo sauce with wood-grilled chicken, sauteed mushrooms and peas.

LASAGNE: Only available by calling your local Carrabba's 4 hours in advance. Pasta layered with our pomodoro sauce, meat sauce, ricotta, romano and mozzarella cheese.

CAVATAPPI ALFREDO: Our made from scratch alfredo sauce tossed over Cavatappi pasta.

CHICKEN MARSALA: Wood grilled and topped with mushrooms and our Lombardo Marsala wine sauce. Served with choice of Cavatappi, garlic mashed potatoes, or seasonal vegetable.

CHICKEN PARMESAN: Coated with Mama Mandola’s breadcrumbs, sautéed and topped with our pomodoro sauce, romano and mozzarella. Served with choice of Cavatappi, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, or Seasonal Vegetable.

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