Thick pasta layers drown in a pool of rich meat sauce
while creamy ricotta and feathery Parmesan mingle about.
Bubbly, gooey, chewy.
Burnt, crisp edges crunch as
herby tomato juices hope to run down chins amok... Mmhhh, lasagna.
Am I making you hungry yet?
It's difficult to find anyone who doesn't enjoy it. And it's safe to say that it's one of the only dishes out there with the capacity to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
National Lasagna Day is this Thursday, and thankfully, two local restaurants are making it easy to celebrate (and eat) with sweet deals especially made for the fun foodie holiday.
Enter Brio Tuscan Grille and Buca di Beppo.
At Brio Tuscan Grille, enjoy half priced lasagna all day.
Originally priced at $17.25, it's a steal at a mere $8.63. According to
our sources, reservations for Lasagna Day are highly recommended.
There are three Brio Tuscan Grille locations in Broward and Palm Beach
counties. Brio at the Village at Gulfstream Park is located at 600 Silks
Run and can be reached at 954-362-1600. Brio at the Shops at Pembroke
Gardens is located at 14576 SW Fifth St. and can be reached at
954-431-1341. Brio Palm Beach Gardens is located at 3101 PGA Blvd.
and can be reached at 561-622-0491.
At Buca di Beppo, enjoy a BOGO lasagna special. Receive a lunch-sized lasagna dish when any small or large pasta is purchased.
There are two locations in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Buca di
Beppo Davie is located at 3355 S. University Drive and can be reached at 954-577-3287. Buca di Beppo
Wellington is located at 2025 Wellington Green Drive and can be reached at 561-790-3287.
We hope you'll walk out of these restaurants with a grin as big as Garfield's and possibly a food buzz.
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