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Featuring authentic Italian cuisine, Maggiano's of King Of Prussia offers private and semi-private dining spaces for up to approximately 250 guests and features culinary classics, desserts, hand-crafted classic cocktails and exquisite wines.


MEETINGS MAGGIANO’S LITTLE ITALY


Each of these hip hotels and cool restaurants brings its own unique “wow” factor to the events that they host, but also with very unique offerings. Providing planners and their groups with a setting that not only will win over attendees because of a strong aesthetic appeal, but also for equally impressive - and often superb - functionality is one way to achieve “hip” or “cool” status.


Staying ahead of the curve when it comes to style and substance, hotels and restaurants like these are at the forefront of the industry in elevating meetings and events to a whole new level.


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BREAKFASTS | LUNCHEONS | DINNER MEETINGS CONVENTIONS | CARRYOUT | OFFICE CATERING


With space for 10-200 guests and group-friendly dining options, our private banquet rooms can


accommodate any function big or small. Let us make your next corporate event a memorable success!


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2000 ROUTE 38, SUITE 1180, CHERRY HILL, NJ 856.792.4480


KING OF PRUSSIA 205 MALL BLVD,


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KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 610.992.3322


MAGGIANOS.COM/BANQUETS PH HILADELPHIA HILADEL HILADHILAHIL HILADELP HILADELPH HILADELPHI HILADEIHILADELPHIA 1201 FILBERT ST,


PHILADELPHIA, PA 215.567.2401


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