In celebration of National Meatball Day on Wednesday, March 9, Carmine’s in Times Square will be paying tribute to the Italian comfort food while donating proceeds from the sale of all meatball orders (in-restaurant and to-go) to benefit the Food Bank for New York City!
One of Carmine’s most popular dishes, the meatballs are seasoned with Italian spices, Romano cheese, and plenty of garlic and slowly simmered in marinara sauce. They are available in orders of six or over a heaping portion of freshly prepared pasta to share, as well as in a loaded meatball hero sandwich.
Known for their family-style dishes, Carmine’s is all about friends and family coming together to enjoy great food. That’s why they are donating proceeds from the sale of all meatball orders on March 9 to Food Bank For New York City this year. The city’s largest hunger-relief organization, Food Bank works to end hunger throughout the five boroughs. Nearly one in five New Yorkers relies on Food Bank for food and other resources.
To support, guests can dine-in or order out on March 9 at Carmine’s Times Square (200 West 44th Street, 212-221-3800) or Carmine’s Upper West Side (2450 Broadway, 212-362-2200). Reservations and orders can be placed online at carminesnyc.com.