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Go Roma St. Joseph Day Giveaway

Go Roma invites guests to recover from St. Patrick’s Day festivities with fresh, made-to-order Italian food, all while participating in a good cause. In celebration of St. Joseph’s Day on Friday, March 19, all Go Roma restaurants will offer diners a variety of unique deals and in customary St. Joseph’s Day tradition, all Go Roma locations will donate 10% of net proceeds from that day to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

Go Roma offers simple, classic, made-to-order dishes created with the freshest quality ingredients. Authentic hearty soups, fresh salads, hot Italian flatbread sandwiches, hand-stretched, thin crust artisan pizza, and real Italian specialty pastas are presented in an easy-going atmosphere at reasonable prices for a surprising value. Guests are invited to savor real, easy, Italian at locations including Bolingbrook, Chicago, Deer Park, Lincolnshire, Northbrook and Warrenville, Illinois.

Go Roma St. Joseph's Day Deals:

- In honor of the Italian patron saint, St. Joseph, all guests named Joseph, Joe or Josephine will receive a FREE entrée and beverage. Must present photo ID.

- Guests wearing the color red will receive a Real Easy Rewards Card ($5 value). Existing card members will receive a $5 bonus on their card for their next visit.

 

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