Eats for Under $7: Lunch Specials at Sal's Italian Ristorante

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Sometimes spending under seven bucks on lunch can leave you feeling... well, hungry. That is not the case with Sal's Italian Ristorante's lunch specials. For a penny less than six bucks, Sal's hooks you up with a cup of soup or a house salad, a slice of cheese pizza, and a half sub (chicken parm, Italian, meatball parm, eggplant parm, or ham and cheese). Sal's cheese pizza is thin-crust, New York-style, with sweet tomato sauce and just enough oregano sprinkled on top to give it some kick. The chicken parm sub comes out on baked bread that is crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and over six inches long. The chicken is lightly breaded and smothered in tomato sauce and bubbly mozzarella cheese. For $6.41 (including tax), Sal's lunch specials really fill you up and give you enough choice to ensure you'll be back for more.

Sal's has locations throughout South Florida. Click here for a full list.

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