Sbarro is an American restaurant chain with locations across the United States, Puerto Rico, and select international locations. Founded by Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro in 1956, the company began as a small Italian salumeria (delicatessen) in Brooklyn, New York. Its menu primarily consists of Italian-American cuisine, including pizza, pasta, and salads. In recent years, Sbarro has also expanded into more international fare such as Chinese, Mexican, and Indian food. This trivia template is designed to test your knowledge of this delicious Italian-American chain. From its origin story to its most popular menu items, get ready to see how much you really know about Sbarro!
1) What year was Sbarro founded?
2) In which country is the original Sbarro restaurant located?
3) What type of cuisine does Sbarro specialize in?
4) What is the name of the founder of Sbarro?
5) What type of dough do Sbarro pizzas use?
6) What type of ingredients are used in the Sbarro Chicken Cacciatore Pizza?
7) What is the name of the Sbarro Lasagna pizza?
8) How many varieties of pasta does Sbarro offer?
9) What is the name of Sbarro's seafood pizza?
10) What type of cheese is used on Sbarro pizzas?
11) What type of dough is used in Sbarro's Italian Easter Pie?
12) What is the name of Sbarro's house salad?
13) What type of cheese is used in Sbarro's Mozzarella Cheese Sticks?
14) What vegetable is used in Sbarro's Baked Ziti?
15) What is the name of the Sbarro dessert that features chocolate, peanut butter, and cookies?
16) What type of meat is used in Sbarro's Eggplant Parmigiana?
17) What type of vegetables are used in Sbarro's Meatball Parmigiana?
18) What type of bread is used in Sbarro's Chicken Parmigiana Sandwich?
19) What type of condiment is used in Sbarro's Italian sausage sandwich?
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