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Sbarro

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255 Washington St Boston MA 02108
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(617) 227-6473
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Mall shoppers and weary travelers refuel at this food court mainstay for quick, affordable Italian cuisine.

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Mall shoppers and weary travelers refuel at this food court mainstay for quick, affordable Italian cuisine.

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Founded as an Italian grocery in 1959 Brooklyn, this family-owned chain has since morphed into the world's largest shopping mall-based eatery, with additional locations in...

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Mall shoppers and weary travelers refuel at this food court mainstay for quick, affordable Italian cuisine. – In ShortFounded as an Italian grocery in 1959 Brooklyn, this family-owned chain has since morphed into the world's largest shopping mall-based eatery, with additional locations in airports, train stations and college campuses. On-the-go diners line up cafeteria style around exhibition kitchens to choose from ready-made, New York-style pizza slices, calzones, garlic knots and Neapolitan standards, such as lasagna, chicken parmigiana and baked ziti. Most locations offer communal...

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In ShortFounded as an Italian grocery in 1959 Brooklyn, this family-owned chain has since morphed into the world's largest shopping mall-based eatery, with additional locations in airports, train stations and college campuses. On-the-go diners line up cafeteria style around exhibition kitchens to choose from ready-made, New York-style pizza slices, calzones, garlic knots and Neapolitan...

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Additional information is available at www.sbarro.com or by contacting Gustavo Gonzalez at (617) 227-6473.

Sbarro’s roots go back to Naples, Italy where for Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro the art of crafting Italian cuisine was a way of life. The couple and their three sons, Mario, Joseph and Anthony, immigrated to America in 1956 to pursue their dream of owning a successful business in the U. S. Their Sbarro Italian Delicatessen in Brooklyn, N.Y. was well received by the local community and was the...

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Feeding a large group? Whole, made-to-order pies can also be purchased.

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