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Sbarro's Italian Eatery is an Italian-themed fast food restaurant chain primarily found in mall food courts and highway rest areas. Sbarro coupons may be offered for a BOGO (buy one, get one) deal, dollars off savings or for a percentage savings on your entire purchase. Coupons often vary by franchise location. Sbarro pizza coupons can also be found in mall-specific coupon books, Valpak mailers, and Entertainment Coupon Books.
|Owned by||MidOcean Partners|
|Type of Food||Italian and Pizza|
|Types of coupons||BOGO, dollars off, percent off|
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About Sbarro's Italian Eatery
Founded in 1956 in Brooklyn, New York by an Italian family, Sbarro's Italian Eatery broke from its roots as a neighborhood grocery store and eatery in 1967 when the first mall-based restaurant was established. The restaurant maintains that it focuses on fast, yet fresh fare.
In addition to pizza, the chain serves pasta, meatballs, salad, and other Italian entree items in a buffet that's priced by the pound.
Sbarro Italian Eatery Coupons
- One of the most routine methods of receiving coupons is by filling out a "Guest Experience Survey." After dining at the restaurant, look on your receipt for a website link or phone number to complete a short survey. In exchange for completing the survey, you will be given a coupon code good for 25% off your next Sbarro purchase.
- Some local "The Entertainment Book" editions include coupons for Sbarro.
- Coupon booklets distributed by local malls may include money saving coupons for food court-based Sbarro restaurants.
- Groups visiting New York City can take advantage of Sbarro specials for breakfast, lunch or a dinner buffet. Groups of up to 175 can be accommodated with at least one day's notice. Sbarro locations are convenient to many NYC attractions such as Chinatown, Times Square and Madison Square Garden.
Menu items can vary by day and by location, but generally include pasta, pizza, salad and Italian entrées. If you are so inclined, you can also sample desserts and other treats. All items are offered in single-serve portions.
Specific menu items include New York-style thin-crust pizzas topped with pepperoni or sausage, specialty pizzas and deep dish pizza options. If the pizza you want is not immediately available, you may be able to order a whole pizza. The chain also offers stromboli, spaghetti, baked Ziti, lasagna, chicken parmigiana and meatballs.