Friday and Saturday 11am-11pm
Maggiano's Little Italy opened the doors of its first location on the corners of Clark Street and Grand Avenue in Chicago, Illinois November 11, 1991. What happened next, as they say, is history.
The restaurant was successful from the very beginning, with eager diners sometimes waiting hours for an opportunity to dine family-style. The portions of Italian-American cuisine were large, reminiscent of a Sunday night visit to their grandmother's house, or as they say in Italy, nonna's casa! The recipes were simple, authentic classics, many of them coaxed out of Italian grandmothers, mothers, and aunts whose ideas of a recipe were a pinch of this and a sprinkle of that. With some trial and error, the chefs celebrated the birth of many of Maggiano's signature dishes.
From the north: Tri-State Tollway (I-94) south to Townline Road (Rte. 60). Townline Road west to Milwaukee Ave. (Rte. 21). From the south: Milwaukee Avenue (Rte. 21) north to Townline Road (Rte. 60). From the east: West on Townline Road (Rte. 60). From the west: Route 22 east to Milwaukee Ave. (Rte. 21). North on Milwaukee Ave. to Townline Road (Rte. 60). From the northwest: Route 12 east to Route 60. Continue on Route 60 to the center.