Maggiano's atlanta

Maggiano's atlanta

Maggiano's atlanta

Maggiano's, that popular pizza spot in Midtown, is looking to fill a new high-profile executive chef position. The pressure of working at one of the most famous restaurants in the city will be worth the experience, graduates have told them.


Jim Nuzzo has been with the Maggiano’s family since 1996. His journey began at the original Maggiano’s in Chicago, where he served as Executive Chef in addition to opening several new Maggiano’s restaurants throughout the country. He has extensive experience in the hospitality industry which began in the hotel industry for companies such as Wyndham and the Hyatt Regency. His favorite Maggiano’s dishes include Gnocchi in Tomato Vodka Sauce, and Baked Ziti. In his free time, he enjoys home renovation and spending time with his wife and daughters. 

www.atlantaeats.com)Maggiano’s has been bringing Italy to the Atlanta area for 20 years and they are top on our list. Each dish encompasses true Italian tradition and recipes on their varied menu. On top of the family-friendly atmosphere and ambiance, Maggiano’s has dishes and drinks with flavor and fresh ingredients that speak for themselves. You can even order from the “On the House Classic” pasta menu and get a dish to take home. If that’s not enough, they are serving up scrumptious brunch on Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 11-3 PM. (Source:

Try the Taylor Street Baked Ziti - Italian sausage, great marinara sauce and ziti...what's not to like...plus they give you another pasta dish to take home!!! (Source: foursquare.com)

Getting paid every is a plus if you need fast money however there are some days when I walk out with only about $20. At my locations they are understaffed in bussers and as a result I am usually working from opening to closing Friday through Sunday of every weekend as well as a few days during the week. I haven't had any days off on the weekend since I've started working and usually request for a day off on the weekend are denied. However pay is usually better on the weekends. Its a little hard being a parent balancing work life and home life. (Source: www.indeed.com)





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