Maggiano’s Little Italy will leave Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club – NBC Chicago

Maggiano’s Little Italy will sever ties with Lettuce Entertain You, a Chicago-based restaurant group with more than 120 restaurants nationwide, after spending 30 years together.

Lettuce Entertain You opened Maggiano’s Little Italy in 1991 and sold the concept to Brinker International in 1995, according to its website. Although Lettuce Entertain You has not owned or operated the restaurant chain since, it has always maintained its relationship with the restaurant.

Joint Membership allows diners to enjoy perks at Lettuce Entertain You restaurants, allowing customers to use gift cards, as well as earn and redeem points with Frequent Diner Club perks.

However, Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants will no longer be affiliated with the group, which means that any acquired benefits will soon expire, Lettuce Entertain You noted on its website.

Diners will be able to redeem rewards at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants in Illinois and Wisconsin through April 15, 2023. After that date, Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club rewards will no longer be valid at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants.

Any points or benefits earned at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants prior to April 15, 2023 will remain available in Frequent Diner Club account balances and may be used at any Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club participating restaurant.

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