Carrabba's Italian Grill

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Location
3340 West Henrietta Road, Henrietta, NY 14623 [Directions]
Accessible
Yes - but see Note 1
Hours (as of May 2009)
Monday - Thursday: 4:00PM to 10:00PM
Friday: 4:00PM to 10:30PM
Saturday: 12:00PM to 10:30PM
Sunday: 12:00PM to 9:00PM
Phone
585 292 6120
Alcohol
Yes
Website
[WWW]http://www.Carrabbas.com/
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[wikipedia]Carrabba's Italian Grill

Carrabba's Italian Grill is a chain restaurant offering Italian cuisine. It is located next to Applebee's on West Henrietta Road. They also provide catering.


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2008-03-22 09:28:27   Chain crap! Million dollar BLDGS with kids running it! and food made in a factory! instead of going here just go to the freezer section at Wegmans it will be fresher! —JohnLance


2008-09-29 17:04:23   Update: the experience varies widely, depending on your server. That's not good. —JhirkFace


2009-02-21 11:44:27   I honestly didn't have high expectations for this place since it's a multi-state chain, but I was pleasantly surprised. We ordered a quartino of wine, which was the perfect amount for 2 people to share. The side house salad was huge for only $3, and the parmesan dressing was quite tasty. My entree, Chicken Bryan, was outstanding; probably the best chicken dish I've ever had. My husband's entree, some special which was a pasta with beef, wasn't all that great; it tasted more like beef stew than Italian food. Nonetheless I would definitely go back to Carrabba's and try some of their other chicken or pasta dishes; even though it's a bit more expensive than we typically pay for Italian, it's worth it. —AJH


2009-03-29 20:12:00   Cold soup twice in two separate visits. Enough said, I will not go here again. —DabeernFooddude


2009-08-13 00:32:01   If you had to dine at an Italian chain, this is the best choice. My experiences here have been positive and delicious (with leftovers..always.) —OneLove


2009-09-12 19:12:32   Just got back from here. Had Noah as our server-really nice guy. Very knowledgeable and attentive without being overbearing. I had the Linguini with Clams and wife had Lasagna. Both were outstanding. No complaints. —PeteB


2011-07-31 22:01:44   I knew what to expect, but I was given a $50 gift card months ago so decided to take the kids and use it. Had the mixed appetizer plate to start. Dried out calamari, some type of fried bread with a bruschetta topping (bread was greasy, brushcetta was OK) and mozzarella sticks which I didn't taste but kids devoured. Kids had chicken fingers, pizza. Seemed OK. Nice thin crust pizza. Had to ask for dough for the kids (part of the schtick, kids make dough shapes that get baked). Two of the dough models that the kids make didn't come back due to getting 'burned' in the oven. Try explaining that to a five year old!!! I had the Chicken Bryan (based on a review here). Wasn't so bad, the chicken was moist and cooked well. Unfortunately the goat cheese was of the type from a plastic container and along with the heavily salted food the salty fake goat cheese almost made the meal inedible. Wife had the salad with scallops and shrimp. Seafood cooked quite well but she forgot to ask for dressing on the side and her salad was soaked (our fault I guess) and the meal was covered in garlic salt and again, rendered the salad inedible. ~75 dollars plus tip. I don't want to be down on chains, it is easy sport, but if you must dish out restaurant gift cards then please next time benucci's or Biaggi's for Italian chains...... (benucci's is a local chain, part of the brio restaurants. and much better quality) —sieats