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By Suzanne Marques

HIGHLAND PARK (CBS) — It’s a new Italian hot spot serving up old world classic comfort food.

Maximiliano of Highland Park is already developing a loyal clientele and it’s only been open for a few weeks.

Entertainment Reporter Suzanne Marques says it’s “old school Italian that won’t break the bank.”

Chef Andre Guerrero grew up in Highland Park, so this restaurant is a homecoming of sorts for him. He even named the eatery after his son, Max.

His inspiration was a simple one. Guerrero says he couldn’t find a place that just served a great spaghetti and meatballs.

Meanwhile, Marques calls his roasted pork chop, “The best I ever had.” Guerrero puts a lot of time into this dish. “We cook it on a very low temperature for about 18 hours and then we pan roast it.”

For more information, about Maximiliano, click here.

Comments (3)
  1. mojo says:

    why don;t you people ever have reviews on restaurants in the SF Valley? It’s always downtown, the westside or in BF Egypt

  2. Suzanne Marques says:

    recommend some of these great restaurants. I’m always open for ideas!

  3. Tina says:

    We love this restaurant. Great atmosphere and totally great food!

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