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Enjoy free delicious sandwiches at Chicago's local eatery this National Italian Beef Day

Sam Writes

It always feels good to have our favorite sandwiches and that's without paying anything. In Chicago, finding such a place is not so easy but this National Italian Beef Day could be special for you. You should set an alarm for May 27 and be ready to bring your family to a renewed local eatery.

Buona celebrating National Italian Beef Day with grace

Buona is a long-standing local eatery famous for Italian beef sandwiches. You can also get varieties of salads, pizzas, and burgers. I have been there many times, and my experience has always been good.

On May 27, if you have some special plans to go outside with or without your family, I would suggest you try Buona. Here free sandwiches will be offered. On some other items, there are likely to be big discounts.

Most recently, Buona was featured in the list of best places in Chicago for Italian beef sandwiches (source). They are located at 613 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, United States.

Not only this but also the offer of free sandwiches will be there at other Buona locations. Both new and existing customers can benefit from the Buona app. Different discounts and promotions remain available when you place an order via the app.

A brief look at the menu

Let's now check out what they have on offer.

  1. Char-grilled chicken sandwich
  2. Signature rigatoni marinara pasta
  3. Beef and sausage bowl
  4. Cheeseburgers
  5. Special Chicago-style hot dogs
  6. Buona's original chopped chicken sandwich

There is so much variety, and I am sure you won't get bored when you go there.

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