Johnny’s Macaroni will be the of location of the 6th Swamp Mob in its original East Bridgewater location . A Swamp mob is a pre arranged dinner that Swampie mob the restaurant kind of like a cash mob. Swampie have been hitting local restaurants to share in good food and conversations. Calories never count at a Swamp Mob. If you are looking in join,there are a couple of seats still opened for their Monday October 26th night but you need to RSVP.
The original location has been serving customers for over 25 years.
We proudly offer some of the best Italian food and catering on the south shore. We are a kid friendly family restaurant serving traditional Italian food, fine Italian food, and Italian-American food.
Here is some of the Buzz on Hockomock Swamp Supper Club facebook group
My husband and I ordered the antipasto, then we each got the Italian platter (veal/chicken parm, ziti with sausage) I had a pumpktini martini. The portions were huge! The sauce was great. I’m picky too. We brought it home for 2 more meals each, maybe during the Pats game. We will definitely be going there again soon — at Johnny Macaroni’s.
Another fantastic meal at Johnny Macaroni. The Scala bread and oil and parmesan was delicious. I had salmon with lobster ravioli with a white sauce that had sun dried tomato and my son had baked scrod which he raved about. He could only eat half of his meal so he took the rest home for lunch at work the next day. Both meals were excellent. Scott the bartender is always friendly and professional. My son did a bartenders worse nightmare and told him to surprise him with a drink, “something unusual”. Scott thought for a minute and gave him something that had beer and rum in it. I’m not a big fan of either but the drink he made was really very good! I think it was called a dark and stormy? I have no reservations recommending Johnny Macaroni to anyone looking for a great meal.
Tonight I ordered the chicken florentine. I have to say, it was the best I’ve had. We also ordered bruschetta for the table. Delicious
Made it to Johnny Mac‘s 2 tonight in EB. The remodeled bar area looked very vice. We were seated & waited on pretty quickly. Everyone liked their meals, dinner & drinks plus tip came out to about $30 each. Not bad.
I got the piccata, which I would rate as ok. Not the best I’ve ever had but not bad.
I would go back but would try ordering a different dish next time.
Other reviews commented on the noise & I agree the place is noisy, so not the place for a quiet date night. But for a gathering with a few boisterous friends, it’s fine.
Dinner at Johnny Mac’s! I needn’t say more! But I will. That’s the portion of chicken and pasta you should get when ordering chicken parm!! And my pretty wife’s fettuccine Alfredo with chicken was fantastic. Our waitress Danielle, was not only super accommodating, but an absolute sweetheart.
582 West St, (508) 378-9335_origional location
1300 Plymouth Street, (508) 456-4460