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Get a Free Slice For National Cheese Pizza Day Today

Every second, Americans are chowing down on about 350 slices of pizza. Even if you don't feel compelled to participate by adding in with your personal quota, today presents a great opportunity to put down a few pieces of pie. Why?

Because it's National Cheese Pizza Day, that's why.

While we generally don't need a holiday as an excuse to stuff our faces with a slice or two, in honor of this food day a few pizza restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach are offering special deals on cheese pies and slices. That includes one Boca Raton restaurant that's giving slices away for free.

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Spadini's Pizzeria

Spadini's Pizzeria in Boca Raton's will be offering up a free slice of cheese pizza between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. in honor of today's holiday. Owner and operator of Spadini's, Tom Sellick, said he wanted to celebrate his top-rated pizza in a special way: he's giving it away for free. There's no purchase necessary, but the offer is only good for dine-in patrons (one slice per person). To get your free slice of cheese pie, simply wish your server "Happy National Cheese Pizza Day."

DelVecchio's Pizzeria

The pizza chain with locations in Plantation, Coral Springs, Sunrise, and Pembroke Pines will be offering a special deal. To celebrate, buy one cheese pizza, get one free all day long.

Spadini's Pizzeria is located on the South Side of Mizner Park in Mizner Plaza at 134 NE 2nd Street in Boca Raton. For more information about Spadini's Pizzeria please visit www.SpadinisPizzeria.com, or call 561-826-7123.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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