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Carrabba’s Offers Family Bundle Meals For Back To School

By Jessica Maurer, posted Sep 16, 2020
In honor of students returning to school, be it in person or remotely, Carrabba’s Italian Grill has rolled out new family-style menu offerings.

Carrabba’s family bundles are fully prepared meals featuring Italian specialties for both carryout and delivery. The meals feed up to five people and include salad and bread, starting at $34.95.

Options include lasagna with pomodoro sauce, meat sauce, ricotta, romano and mozzarella; spaghetti with pomodoro sauce, bolognese sauce or meatballs; chicken Parmesan with penne, garlic mashed potatoes or sautéed broccoli; and salmon saporito, a wood-grilled salmon dish topped with jumbo lump crab meat, lemon butter, diced tomatoes, spinach and basil served with garlic mashed potatoes, penne pomodoro or sautéed broccoli.
 
As the holiday season approaches, Carrabba’s Catering plans to offer catering bundles that include two traditional Italian crowd pleasers with a choice of side, salad, mini cannolis and fresh bread for a minimum of 12 people.

The restaurant is also offering a create-your-own catering package with a choice of one entrée, side and salad served with fresh baked bread and herb and olive oil mix, for a minimum of 10 people.

Sandwich bundles include a choice of any two sandwiches: roasted tomato caprese, caprese with prosciutto, caprese with chicken, chicken salad or Italian, as well as a choice of salad, pasta salad or house-made chips. Sandwich bundles also include fresh baked cookies and a choice of freshly brewed iced tea or house-made lemonade.
 
An a la carte menu is available for parties of 10 guests or more. To minimize contact, guests can order and pay online and a have a Carrabba’s team member deliver their order right to their door or car, seven days a week.

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