Monday, August 29, 2011

Delmonico's Italian Steakhouse in Orlando, FL

I had dinner at Delmonico's Italian Steakhouse on International Drive near Sea World. This restaurant is apparently a small chain with a few locations in upstate New York and one lone restaurant here in Orlando.

The meal started out with some cheese covered garlic bread with a side of marinara for dipping:

I had the Chicken Riggies for my meal. This large plate of rigatoni was mixed with chicken, onions, olives, peppers, and mushrooms in a cream sauce. According to the vast knowledge of Wikipedia, chicken riggies originated in the Utica area of upstate New York. I wonder if chicken riggies was on the menu when I ate in Syracuse's Little Italy last fall?

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Anonymous said...

Chicken "Riggies" at a steakhouse? Isn't that a bit like ordering a burger at a place like Dixie Crossroads?

Savannah dumpster said...

The food did not look appetizing at all. I'm not sure why you went to I-drive to eat.the restaurants are not that good


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