It’s always hard to decide what to order when you’re at a delicious Italian restaurant. But for those of us who love Carrabba’s Italian Grill, the restaurant chain is making things easier with a BOGO deal.
Now through Monday, Sept. 4, you can get free spaghetti and meatballs to take home.
All you have to do is order one of their popular grilled chicken dishes for yourself, and then make some room in your refrigerator for tomorrow’s dinner.
Whether you like goat cheese or Marsala wine sauce, you can probably find a first entree that speaks to you from the list of options:
Carrabba’s says on its website that the chicken is “wood-grilled and topped with goat cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, basil and our lemon butter sauce.”
This entree is “Wood-grilled and topped with mushrooms and our Lombardo Marsala wine sauce,” according to the Carrabba’s website.
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This fan-favorite dish recently returned to the Carrabba’s menu. The restaurant describes it like this: “Wood-grilled chicken stuffed with fontina cheese and prosciutto, topped with mushrooms and our basil lemon butter sauce.”
There are some conditions to this offer, though. It’s dine-in only, and you have to mention that you want the free spaghetti and meatballs when you order. Unfortunately, you can’t take advantage of this deal along with other deals like Tasting Tuesday or Pizza & Wine Wednesday, and it’s valid through Sept. 4.
Carrabba’s is just the latest Italian chain to offer a buy one, take one promotion. Olive Garden also offers the same kind of deal from time to time, with a few pasta options for the take home dish.
Carrabba’s has restaurants in more than 30 states. You can find the Carrabba’s location near you to take advantage of this deal.
Now that’s what we call a perfect no-cooking-involved dinner for the holiday weekend!
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