Buca, Inc. is an industry leader in terms of growth in the number of restaurants it oversees. The company owns and operates 51 full service, dinner-only restaurants under the name Buca di Beppo. Its restaurants are located in 18 states as well as the District of Columbia. Buca di Beppo (meaning 'Joe's basement') restaurants differentiate from other Italian restaurant chains by providing distinctive oversized Southern Italian family style portions in a casual, festive, humorous, socially interactive atmosphere. Appealing to nostalgic trends, the décor at each of Buca's restaurants irreverently exaggerates the clichés of traditional postwar neighborhood Italian/American restaurants. In terms of scale, Buca thinks big: large food portions, large tables, and large restaurant size with an average seating capacity of 300.

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World Pasta Month



World Pasta Month at Buca di Beppo

World Pasta Day, which is celebrated on October 25th each year, is a day of recognition for pasta, a staple item in Mediterranean cuisine.  Italy is the largest exporter of pasta and at Buca di Beppo, you can enjoy appetizing and authentic Italian dishes made with pasta imported from Italy.  Pasta is so popular in the United States that 24% of the global consumption of pasta is by Americans – the largest of any country in the world.  Americans consume 6 billion pounds of pasta each year with the average American consuming 20 pounds of pasta annually.

Because of everyone’s love of pasta, Buca di Beppo is extending World Pasta Day to an entire month celebration!

From September 29 through November 2, 2014  bring your family and friends to Buca to try any one of these delectable pasta offerings:
  • Cavatappi Puglia - spicy Italian sausage, garlic, fresh spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and roasted red peppers tossed with Parmesan cream sauce.
  • Rigatoni Positano - chicken breast, fresh mozzarella, eggplant fritto, red onions, fresh basil and garlic tossed with homemade marinara sauce.
  • Penne al Forno - sauteed spicy Italian sausage, prosciutto and pepperoni tossed with ricotta and our homemade marinara sauce, topped with provolone, mozzarella and Parmesan and baked in the oven.

1 comment:

  1. Actual pasta names v/s what we call them in our head. Go on, order some pasta @ zaykedaar.com

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