Two days after my birthday, I decided to use my Boston Pizza birthday deal. If you sign up for the Boston Pizza email club, you get a coupon for either a free pasta or a free dessert. Since the pastas cost more than the desserts, it seemed only logical to redeem the coupon for a free pasta.
I met my friends at the Boston Pizza on Broadway after work. Unlike the Red Robin on Broadway, the Boston Pizza does still exist. I’m glad I avoided having two fails in a row. That would have been embarrassing.
I chose spaghetti and meatballs for my dinner. Simple, yet delicious. And it came with garlic bread. The portions are huge, so I still had some leftover as well. And it’s very rare for me to have any leftovers.
Stella Artois happened to be on special that day. When I went to Red Robin, I didn’t get asked for my ID. I was surprised, since I get ID’d everywhere. I thought maybe now that I was 24, that was it. But I was mistaken. I got ID’d at Boston Pizza. I’m pretty sure my waiter was younger than me too. Oh well. He brought me my beer and that’s all that matters.
When you sign up for the Boston Pizza newsletter, not only do they send you a coupon on your birthday, you also get a coupon for a free starter, just for signing up. I didn’t want to use two coupons in one day. I’m not sure if you’re allowed. So the following week, I went to the Boston Pizza on No. 3 Road in Richmond and got my free Boston Pizza bread with bolognese dip.
There was no Stella on special that day, so I opted for a cocktail. I don’t remember what it was exactly. It was sweet. And I loved how it came with a gummy worm. That’s true class and maturity right there.
The Boston Pizza deal is pretty awesome, since you get an entire pasta and they give you over a week to redeem it. And the starter is a nice bonus. The only way it could be better is if they offered free birthday drinks as well. But that’s probably asking for too much. I’m more than happy with free pasta and bread. I love my carbs.