Carrabba’s Chicken Bryan is one of my favorite chicken dishes that you can find in a restaurant. The chicken is tender and drenched with a lemon-basil sauce, with a piece tangy goat’s cheese on top. This dish is best served with mashed potato because I don’t want to miss out on any of the sauce.
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Carrabbas – Home of An Open Kitchen
What’s not to love about Carrabba’s Italian Grill? You can experience an open kitchen at this restaurant, which is one of only a few.
You can order from Carrabba’s menu, see how your food is cooked, and you get to inhale the tempting aroma of your order while watching your meal being prepared. This makes Carrabba’s one of my favorite places to go for dinner.
What is the origin of Chicken Bryan’s name?
Chicken Bryan is a dish that was created by the Carrabba Family, in honor of Bryan, Texas. They named it after the town where they settled in 1890, after moving from Sicily. The Carrabba family’s first restaurant opened in Texas in the year 1986. This establishment marked the beginning of what would become the well-known Carrabba’s restaurant…