Romano's Stromboli Serving Ideas
The Holiday Party Buffet
Invite your family and friends over to share in the Holiday festivities and treat them to a Romano’s Stromboli Buffet.
Slice up your favorite Strombolis into 2 inch strips and arrange them on serving pates around a generous dipping bowl of Romano’s Original Marinara. Then garnish your plates with a bit of parsley and cherry tomatoes!
Office Party VIP
Make your Office Party one to remember by bringing in a variety of Romano Strombolis. You can’t go wrong with the Broccoli and Cheese, Buffalo Chicken, Philly Cheese Steak and of course the Romano’s Original Hot and Sweets.
Stack 2in or 3in slices on buffet trays. Add individual servings of Romano Marinara to make this year’s party the best ever.
Pizza Night Alternative
Everybody loves pizza night, and now you can make it even better by treating your family to a Stromboli Night.
Let every family member choose their favorite Romano Stromboli then cut them into 2″ slices and share. What a great way to get your kids to try Spinach! Don’t forget the Romano’s Marinara, Strombolis love to be dipped!
Boli and a Movie ~or~
Netflix and Fill
Snuggle up on the sofa with your significant other for a romantic comedy and the perfect ‘share me’ finger food. Nothing says I Love You like Romano’s Original Sweet Stromboli.
Pepperoni Bread – Every Kid’s Favorite
Loaded with pepperoni and cheese, kids love our pepperoni bread as a quick and easy after school snack. Pepperoni Bread also make great food serving options for kid’s birthday parties!
Quick and Easy Dinner
For an excellent, casual dinner idea, Romano’s has you covered! Keep your favorite Strombolis in the freezer and pop them in the refrigerator in the morning. When you get home, dinner is covered – just heat and eat.
The Super Bowl Superstar
You be the MVP! Order up a 6 pack (or 2) of the Original Romano’s Philly Specials and celebrate your Super Bowl by feeling like your strutting down Broad Street with the Mummers.
A Romano Stromboli is the perfect Super Bowl Sunday fare for your guests. Keep it simple by leaving them whole and letting your guests cut their own slices. Just be sure to have enough … what if the game goes into overtime?