Lunch Menu PDF
If you're dropping by during the day, the Carrabba's Lunch Menu
has tons of dishes to choose from. You can check out the lunch combos, which provide a lot of great choices at reasonable prices. You'll also find some sandwiches, such as the chicken parm on ciabatta, steak sandwich, and the world-famous Carrabba's Chicken Bryan in sandwich form. Lunch desserts include Mini Cannolis and the John Cole, which is vanilla ice cream served with roasted cinnamon rum pecans.
Dinner Menu PDF
You can check out Carrabba's PDF Dinner Menu
for a larger variety of options. The menu includes several photos, and prices for every item available. We'll cover these in detail here…
Carrabba's has a huge drinks menu, featuring over 40 different wines. This doesn't even include their lineup of 3 specialty sangrias that come in Classic Red, Peach, and Blackberry flavors and range in price from $7.50 to $34, depending on their size. Any of the wines can come in a glass, quartino, or bottle (or pitcher if it's sangria). A good start to the seemingly endless wine list would be the Carrabba's house wine, TerraMare, which comes in both red and white varieties. If you're in the mood for a nice Italian beer, Carrabba's serves Birra Moretti and Peroni, but we usually go for the cocktails instead. The Chianti Kiss is a great choice, combining Sicilian blood orange liqueur with Captain Morgan rum.
Carrabba's recently introduced small plates as a new menu item that offers diners the flexibility to try mini versions of various dishes. You can try items like the Bruschette Siciliani, Grilled Asparagus with Prosciutto, or Mozzarella Rustica all for around five bucks each. We love the Meatballs & Ricotta because of its rich pomodoro sauce and classic romano cheese finish. If you're into something a bit healthier, go for the Italian Lettuce Wraps which are filled with delicious wood-grilled chicken and tossed with ricotta and lemon vinaigrette.
One of the most-ordered items on the Carrabba's Menu is the hand-breaded calamari. Served with marinara dipping sauce, this makes for a great opening to a tasty meal. But newer menu items have cropped up recently and given the usual fare a run for its money. Specifically, the Shrimp Scampi and Tomato Caprese with Fresh Burrata have stolen the show at Carrabba's as far as appetizers are concerned. The Scampi comes with garlic, white wine, and lemon butter sauce, while the Burrata is served with tomatoes, fresh basil, and a thick and sweet balsamic glaze. They range in price from around $8-$10.
Soups & Salads
There are 3 soups available on the menu, including Sausage & Lentil, Minestrone, and Mama Mandola's Sicilian Chicken Soup, which has a nice spicy kick to it. These are each available in a cup for $3.99 or a bowl for $6.99, or you can opt for the Soup & Salad Combo for $8.79. The four salad options on the Carrabba's menu are all delicious and can be upgraded with crumbled blue cheese for just $2 more. We love the Tuscan Strawberry Salad, which is a new creation that can be served with either chicken or shrimp. But if you're not feeling adventurous, you can always go with the good old fashioned Classic Caesar. It's simple and delicious.
With such a wonderful depth of Italian classics, it's only fitting that Carrabba's would have a fantastic lineup of pastas that are all reasonably priced around $15-$18. Our favorite is the brand new Linguine Positano for $15.29. With its crushed tomatoes and grilled chicken, you'll swear you're looking out over those famous Amalfi Coast cliffs. If that doesn't suit you, a great runner up is the Cavatappi Franco. It's a chicken dish made with delicious sun-dried tomatoes, broccoli and Kalamata olives that is finished in a beautiful garlic and olive oil sauce and ricotta salata. If you want to go with a more classic meal, try the Lasagne. It's layered with delicious pomodoro sauce, meat sauce, and a fantastic three-cheese blend of ricotta, romano, and mozzarella.
It wouldn't be a full Italian experience if it weren't for the wood-fired pizzas that appear on the Carrabba's Menu. Above and beyond the standard Margherita, you can go for the Prosciutto Arugula Pizza, which is topped with shaved parmesan and balsamic. It's a fantastic combination of flavors. If you're feeling creative, you can also build your own pizza for $14.29. You'll have your choice of up to 3 toppings, which include Italian Sausage, Pepperoni, Meatballs, and wonderfully fresh vegetables like roasted red bell peppers, onions, and sun-dried tomatoes.
Main Courses at Carrabba's range from $15-$20 and include great options like the Pollo Rosa Maria, which is a wood-fired chicken topped with mushrooms and Lombardo Marsala wine sauce. You can also opt to grab a steak as Carrabba's serves both sirloin and filet. If you're into seafood, we would recommend the Salmon Cetriolini. It has a wonderful combination of diced tomatoes, cucumbers, and dill, and comes in a tasty lemon white wine sauce.
Carrabba's is a great place to spend an afternoon or evening chowing down on deliciously prepared food. Their menu combines everyone's favorite Italian dishes with their own unique and elevated creations, and seems to keep everyone quite happy. We hope our guide to the Carrabba's menu has given you a great overview of what you can order for lunch or dinner.