Want free pasta? If the answer is yes — and it should be — Wednesday's your chance.
Restaurants across the United States will spend Hump Day serving up deals for National Spaghetti Day. The unofficial celebration may be one of the first goofy food holidays of the year, but it comes with some sweet promotions that will leave a smile — and a smear of sauce — on your face.
Here are 13 discounts to take advantage of Wednesday as you celebrate the world's favorite food:
Purchase a medium drink Wednesday at Fazoli's and get a free dish of spaghetti, with marinara or meat sauce, for free.
The Peculiar Rabbit in Charlotte, North Carolina, will give customers a house salad, spaghetti and a six-ounce meatball for $11.99 Wednesday.
Buy a plate of spaghetti at Apsaalooke Nights Casino in Crow Agency, Montana, and get a free $5 play. The promotion starts at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday local time.
Stop by Kitchen 44 in Newcastle, Oklahoma, to get an $8 plate of spaghetti, meat sauce and garlic toast Wednesday only.
Check out the Norfolk Grille in Norfolk, Virginia, to score a plate of spaghetti, meat sauce, a salad and garlic bread for $7.95 on Wednesday only.
Go to any Spoleto Italian location in Orlando, Florida, for a free plate of spaghetti Wednesday.
Osteria Ottimo in Orland Park, Illinois, will give customers $9.99 spaghetti specials Wednesday.
Head to Band Box Pizza and Pub in Levittown, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday to get buy one, get one half price pasta specials.
At Carolima's in Goose Creek, South Carolina, you can score a $7.99 plate of pasta all day Wednesday.
Take a friend to Vincent's Italian Ristorante in Marietta, Georgia, on Wednesday to get a spaghetti dinner for two — plus wine — for $20.17. Or go alone and grab a $5 spaghetti lunch.
If you order more than $30 of food from Fairfield Pizza in Connecticut, you can get any pasta dish up to $11.99 for free Wednesday. Use the code SPAGDAY.
Grab dinner at Chad Anthony's Italian Grille and Pub locations Wednesday to get buy one, get one free spaghetti dinners.
Take advantage of $6 all-you-can-eat spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread at the Omaha, Nebraska, Hy-Vee between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. local time Wednesday.