There’s no better food in this entire world than a warm, heaping bowl of pasta. Except when that warm, heaping bowl of pasta is almost half price, which is exactly what’s happening at Ragu Pasta & Wine Bar all month long.
The Italian restaurant has been serving up incredible pasta and wine (duh) in the Sydney CBD for nine years now, and its celebrating the birthday with a different cheap deal and freebie offer every week in November. Cheap Italian food. Free Italian wine. Cheap cocktails! Is this heaven? (Very probably.)[related_articles]73328,78712,77873[/related_articles]
The birthday celebrations kick off today with a free glass of prosecco when you order any main meal. Next week, from November 11, the pasta is slashed to $9 — a great deal when the gnocchi normally costs $16 and the ragu would otherwise set you back $17.
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From November 18 you can get a $9 Aperol spritz or espresso martini, and from November 25 you can send the month-long celebrations off in style with a $1 glass of wine with any main meal.[related_articles]78218,78413,76971[/related_articles]
Each deal is on offer for one week only from Monday to Friday. You’ll still have to pay full price on the weekends, so this is a perfect excuse to treat yourself to a luxe after-work meal without breaking the bank.
Impress a hot date by covering the bill, treat your mum to a nice dinner out, or round up the gang for a cheap group meal. The pasta is cheap, and the possibilities are endless.[related_articles]73675,76906,73192[/related_articles]
Keep an eye on the Ragu Pasta & Wine Bar Instagram for any updates about the weekly specials. And truly, bless Ragu Pasta & Wine Bar for choosing to celebrate its own birthday by making all our carby, boozy dreams come true.
(Lead image: Ragu Pasta & Wine Bar / Facebook)
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