2101 Green Hills Village Dr, Nashville, TN | Directions 3721536.107587 -86.813814
M-Th 11am-10pm, F-Sa 11am-11pm, Su 11am-9:30pm
Neighborhoods: Green Hills
Love the food and the service here, always great and always Hot!!
Good Italian Taste! – I am being in this place often and I'll go back again definitely! Their service, food are exceptional!
Best Food – I recently dined in this place and wow food is great, would love to go back with my friends.
Awesome Happy Hour! – You wouldn't think it, but this is a great place for a drink. Draft beers are 2-for-1 until 7 pm everyday except Saturday. You can also get a glass and a half of Sangria and house wine for the price of a glass .... Sangria is homemade and delicious!
Great little Italian Place and LOVE the owner!!! – My friend and I recently dinned at Carrabba's in Greenhills. The food was amazing, hot, on time and very well prepared. The owner of the restaurant came out and spoke with everyone.
The location is inisde the mall so it is very convenient to shopping etc. I would go back in a heart beat, and the owner is very easy on the eyes.
Rude Hostess – My wife and I have been customers of Carrabba's for years, but I don't know how often we will continue to go there. The past several times we have gone into the Green Hills restaurant, the same hostess has been extremely rude. I asked her what her name was, and she said Emily Krieg. I don't know if it is the young, "college student attitude" or what, but I hope the restaurant starts hiring better suited individuals, with more out-going and energetic personalities. I don't appreciate attitude and being talked down to by a teenager. Hopefully things change, it would be really sad to lose such loyal customers as well as other patrons.
Great Food! Great Service! – My wife an I have a track record of bad luck when we visit a restaurant for the first time. It seems that they always get my order right, but not hers. Either she orders a steak meadium-rare and it comes out well-done, or they put onions on the food when we asked for the onions to be left out (she is extremely allergic onion juice), or she orders a chicken alfredo, and it comes out in a tomato-based sauce, and by the time they get her order done right, I am already done eating. This doesn't work for us. We kind of like getting to eat at the same time.
When I called Carrabba's to make reservations, I told them about this, and I told them that we would be celebrating our 8th wedding anniversary. The lady who took our reservation promised that they would do everything possible to make our evening splendid.
When we arrived for dinner, we were met by a smiling hostess who took us straight to our table, and introduced us to our waitress. Our waitress was also extremely pleasant, and took great pains to see that we were well taken care of. She also made the effort to find out which items had onions in them, and point them out to us. Our soft drinks never ran dry. This lady worked hard.
My wife ordered the Chicken Alfredo, while I ordered the Norwegian Grilled Salmon along with a bowl of an Italian Chicken Noodle soup.
My wife's Chicken Alfredo actually came out in a very tasty Alfredo sauce, not some red tomato-based sauce that another restaurant had tried to pass off as an Alfredo. It had spring peas that were delectably crunchy, and it arrived at a temperature that was just absolutely perfect.
My Norwegian Grilled Salmon was divine! I grew up an hour south of Seattle, WA, where the seafood chefs consider cooking salmon to be an art form. This salmon was among the very best that I have ever had! Scrumptuous! On a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being "yuck" and 10 being "heavenly", this was an 11!
To top it all off, the manager came over and offered us each free desert on the occassion of our anniversary. Since we are both Type 2 diabetics, we had to pass, and we did tell him why, but that we also appreciated the gesture.
When he heard this, he refused to allow us to pay for our meals. He did this as a gift for our wedding anniversary!
All in all, the manager and staff at Carrabba's went way over and beyond anything that we had expected. They gave us an evening that was something we will never forget, and I can guarantee that we will definitely be back! The fact that my wife was crying tears of happiness over what they did for us pretty much guarantees that we will definitely return!
Say what you want, it's still damn good – I hate to admit that I like this place (although I usually go to the one in Franklin, TN). I've NEVER had a bad meal here: ever. I can order anything on the menu and it's always good. I just feel like a schmuck saying I like Carrabba's. It's tantamount to raving about Wal-Mart, when you've got an old-timey general store down the road.
My partner and I usually eat here at least once a month, and it's always great. That's probably because it's corporate, but it could be consistently bad: like Macaroni Grill or Olive Garden. So, kudos to putting out a quality product.
I just tried the veal Marsala a few weeks ago: classic and delicious. Have I had better at non-franchise Italian restaurants? Absolutely. But all those restaurants are up in New York, New Jersey and New England: not Tennessee. So. love the one you're with, I guess.
Fun to sit at the kitchen bar – Ate Lobster Ravioli and it tasted so much like lobster base that it didn't seem real, even though there were pieces of lobster in the ravioli. I wouldn't order it again. My caesar salad was good. Their bread is low grade, no real texture, much like Olive Garden's.
An open kitchen churns out wood-fired pizzas and fresh-made pastas at this casual Sicilian-American chain. – In Short
Decorated with family photos of founders Damian Mandola and Johnny Carrabba, the open dining rooms pack groups of friends and extended families into four- and six-person tables and booths; smaller parties or couples can grab stools at the open kitchen's adjoining bar to watch chefs make dinner. The traditional southern Italian menu offers grill specialties like steak Marsala and fire-roasted chicken breast with sun-dried tomatoes; pasta dishes include fettuccine Alfredo and garlic-sauteed shrimp with linguine.
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