Spaghetti Warehouse Invites Guests to Celebrate National Spaghetti Day With “Free Spaghetti Sunday” Today

Spaghetti Warehouse

Originally a creation of Chinese origin, spaghetti is a dish that was perfected by Italians and, now, is enjoyed worldwide. And, on Sunday, January 4, 2015, Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc. is celebrating National Spaghetti Day with a special “buy one get one free” coupon offer that includes a free entree featuring its ‘Famous’ Spaghetti and Meatballs or any other Original Recipe Spaghetti – with the purchase of any Original Recipe Spaghetti entree.

Calling its celebration “Free Spaghetti Sunday”, the coupon is available at the Spaghetti Warehouse website at: www.meatballs.com or on its Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/spaghettiwarehouse. The coupon is also available to all Warehouse Club members.

The offer is good for lunch or dinner. Spaghetti Warehouse’s classic lunch and its dinner entrees are served with your choice of a fresh garden salad or savory soup and sourdough bread with garlic butter.

Made fresh daily, Spaghetti Warehouse’s ‘Famous’ Spaghetti and Meatballs features its hand rolled beef and pork meatballs and covered with its housemade tomato sauce. Each day, Spaghetti Warehouse hand rolls 10,000 meatballs that are all made from scratch.

“In Italian, spaghetti means ‘little lines’,” said Pete Van Gurp, chief operating officer, Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc. “In celebration of National Spaghetti Day, we’re inviting everyone to line up their family and friends to join us at Spaghetti Warehouse. Everything we serve at Spaghetti Warehouse is made fresh daily and it’s a great value.”

Van Gurp said he hopes everyone will also discover why Spaghetti Warehouse prides itself on “…making every meal a celebration”, noting that it was Marco Polo, who is credited by some for discovering the recipe for pasta and bringing it with him to Europe during the 13th century.

“Spaghetti and Meatballs is one of those dishes that everyone likes and, regardless of your age or your family history, it’s the type of meal that families and friends can enjoy while celebrating each other’s company.

SOURCE: Spaghetti Warehouse
David Ayers

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