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Romano’s Macaroni Bolsters Lunch Menu with Mix + Match Selections

July 19, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

Romano’s Macaroni Grill, a national restaurant chain with award winning Italian food has revamped its lunch menu, providing guests with the ability to customize their lunch, from over 300 options, through its mix and match offering. Guests can choose two Mix + Match selections that include daily soups, salads, sandwiches, Calzonetto’s and classic pasta dishes – or – guests can enjoy the new Unlimited Soup, Salad + Rosemary Bread for under $11. Guests can also choose to add an unlimited side salad or cup of soup to any regular priced entree for $2.49.

Available while supplies last, guests can purchase a Macaroni Grill Mix + Match Lunch Pass for just $75 at Macaronigrill.com/mixandmatch that will enable holders to receive a Mix + Match lunch each day from August 1 through August 31 at any participating Macaroni Grill location nationwide. Beginning on Friday, July 20, card prices will be raised to $100 each.

“Our new lunch menu provides guests with another way to experience our award winning Italian food and generosity. It’s perfect for lunch-goers who are on a timeline and craving lightened up portions of their favorite Macaroni Grill dishes or want to enjoy our endless soup and salad option,” says Holly Wagstaff-Bellomo, vice president of marketing, Macaroni Grill. “There are so many ways to enjoy our new Mix + Match lunch options, the guests who nab one of our Mix + Match Lunch Passes will be able to order different combinations every day for the entire month of August and still never eat the same meal twice.”

The Mix + Match lunch combinations are plentiful as they are delicious. From two soups and six salads to two Calzonetto’s, four sandwiches and 11 pasta options from which to choose on the new Macaroni Grill lunch menu, everyone can meet their perfect match*.

 

 

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