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Feb 11, 2008 09:54 AM

Garlic Rolls?[Birmingham]

I am looking for the best garlic rolls ion Birmingham for a dinner party next week. I have heard Petrucelli's are good but have never had them. I would like to buy them already made and just heat and sevre them. Any advice will be appreciated.

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  1. I have not been there in a number of years, but the garlic rolls at Leonardo's used to be fantastic. I have no idea if they sell them separate and apart from a take-out order.

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    1. re: pinotboy

      Thanks, I tried to call them yesterday but did not get an answer. They may be closed on Monday. I did find out that Petrucelli's sells them and that they are good but that's a long way for me to go to get good garlic rolls. I will try to call Leonardos again today..

      1. re: pinotboy

        I second Leonardo's. They are completely addictive because they're floating in butter. What's not to love about that!!!

        1. re: sheilal

          The rolls are about the ONLY thing good at Leonardo's, but they are wonderful. Petrucelli's are good, but not as good as they used to be -- much less garlic these days than they used to have in their early years.

          1. re: bhamdining

            I thought the alfredo was pretty good. I will, however, concede the point that everything with a red sauce tastes the same there. I think they use the same sauce, but vary the meat. They pour it over veal, chicken, add beef to it for a meat sauce, use it as calamari dip, etc.

            1. re: bhamdining

              Leonardo's it is then! I called them and they said they will sell them "cold" with their garlic butter on the side so I can heat them up fresh. Thanks for all the tips...