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Chirico’s is a great place to stop if you are visiting the Logan area or driving on I-119. The food is very authentic and plentiful. I had the eggplant parmigiana and my husband had penne with spaghetti sauce. I would definitely recommend it as others...More
We decided to eat here since it was a local place. I loved the home made bread and my husband like his chicken fettuccine. I wanted eggplant but they were out of it so I got vegetable primavera. I barely ate any. It gets a...More
Came here after a long hot day of ATV riding. Nice to have a real restaurant to sit down and be served. And they do have beer and wine. It's a large menu. Good food, maybe a little overpriced. The rolls and salad were very...More
The food was amazing but not what I wanted. Instead of letting me know they was out of the medallions, I placed my order and got excited to have to go with the next best thing. The tea was weak and when asked for a...More
Such a disappointment. I'd heard so many people talk about Chirico's other location, before they moved here, they'd talk about how great this place use to be.... I'm here to tell you, this Chirico's is ABSOLUTELY DISAPPOINTING. Very dark inside, long....long wait for what tasted...More
We found this while a weekend getaway at chief logan lodge. There aren't many options and we love pasta so we gave it a go. Hubby got Pizza spaghetti and I got the garden Primavera. His was 15$ and wasn't much on his plate. Mine...More
Very small inside but a warm setting. The pre-meal bread is fantastic as is the sauce. I'm only regretting that I didn't get a dish that had that sauce instead of an alfredo one.
The cost is a bit much given the portion but the...More