Spaghetti Warehouse Invites Grads to Eat for Free

Spaghetti Warehouse will offer its Spaghetti and Meatballs as one of the free meals for graduates.
Spaghetti Warehouse will offer its Spaghetti and Meatballs as one of the free meals for graduates. Image Used with Permission

As students of all ages get ready to turn their tassels and receive their diplomas, Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc. is gearing up to host their graduation parties with its "Made Fresh Daily" food, affordable meal plans to fit any budget, and the capacity to host parties of any size up to 300 people.

"Graduations are the perfect time for bringing together your family and friends," says Pete VanGurp, vice president of operations, Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc. "Every Spaghetti Warehouse location is experienced at providing you and your family and friends with the friendliest service to take care of everything you expect to make your party memorable. We offer a wide variety of menu items that are made fresh from scratch every day using the freshest ingredients and we provide it all to you at a great value that you won't find anywhere else."

As an added incentive, Spaghetti Warehouse "Graduate Eats Free" coupon offer that rewards the graduate with a free incredible 15-Layer Lasagne or a Spaghetti and Meatballs meal with the purchase of a second menu item of equal or greater value (with the coupon).

The "Graduate Eats Free" offer is good at all 15 Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants in Texas, Florida, Ohio, Oklahoma, New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

"We take great pride in every detail of every serving of our 'Incredible' 15-Layer Lasagne," VanGurp says. "We take three full days to prepare our Lasagne so that every order is perfect. We use the freshest ingredients, made from scratch, and we hand roll 10,000 meatballs every day. We build our Lasagne using Ricotta, Romano, and Mozzarella cheeses and our house made Italian sausage from a special recipe of ground pork. And we top it off with even more of house made meat sauce."

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