You and everyone else in your party can enjoy a free sushi roll at P.F. Chang’s China Bistro on Thursday.
The national restaurant chain will be celebrating Free Sushi Day all day long.
The “holiday” is made up, but the freebies are real — with “no strings attached (except for the one that caught the fish),” as P.F. Chang’s puts it.
Just mention this promotion when ordering, and you’ll get a Spicy Tuna Roll or California Roll on the house. Every person at your table can score one free roll.
The chain says of its sushi:
All of P.F. Chang’s sushi rolls are hand-rolled to order and made with sushi-grade seafood, fresh julienned vegetables and 100% U.S.A.-grown rice. Most are just 600 calories or less each.
The only hitch is that you must dine in. To-go and catering orders don’t qualify for the freebie.
It can’t be combined with other offers either. That includes Happy Hour and Chang’s For Two.
Additionally, not all of P.F. Chang’s 215 U.S. restaurants are participating in this promotion. The freebie is not available in the following places:
- Airport locations
- Atlantic City, New Jersey
- Puerto Rico
If you prefer local restaurants over national chains, you’ll want to visit Restaurant.com, where you can buy discounted gift certificates to such eateries.
For more ways to save when dining out, check out:
- “12 Ways to Slice Your Next Restaurant Check in Half“
- “8 Restaurant Phone Apps That Save You Money and Time“
- “9 Restaurants Where Your Kids Eat Free Every Week“
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