Unlimited breadsticks aren’t cool. You know what’s cool? Breadstick sandwiches that come with unlimited breadsticks. CBS News reports Olive Garden, the struggling chain of Italian restaurants, will begin serving sandwiches made out of their famous breadsticks starting June 1, and that they will come with a side of…
Everybody was skeptical back in September, when Olive Garden debuted their $100 never-ending pasta passes. How could you possibly get your money's worth without utterly wrecking your health (or at least your digestion)? Well, one North Carolina man says he's eaten $1,510 worth of pasta and he feels just fine.
America, there is a battle being waged. A battle for the heart and soul of the Olive Garden. And consequently, everyone is very excited for this chance to talk about a restaurant chain that, when you weren't looking, became the new Red Lobster. (In terms of its being a constant punchline.)
Given that they sold out in an hour and fifteen minutes, you very likely missed your shot at a $100 pass to gorge on Olive Garden until you upchuck alfredo in the parking lot. Fret not! You've got another shot, as long as you're willing to turn to the shadowy secondary market that immediately sprang up on Ebay.
Tired chain restaurant Olive Garden is trying a gluttonous new gimmick today: They'll sell a thousand people a "Never Ending Pasta Pass," valid for seven weeks, for a mere hundred bucks. Try it and see what gives out first—your deal, or your gut!
Italian-food-from-a-plastic-bladder eatery and suburban hellscape staple* Olive Garden is revamping its image: by making its signage more closely resemble the sort of label you might see on a jumbo-sized package of dye-free 100% organic disposable diapers.
If you're desperate for unlimited soup, salad and breadsticks but your babysitter just bailed, good news! Olive Garden is running a "Parents Night Out" promotion, where they will supply diners with a babysitter.
New research suggests that food at so-called "sit down" restaurant chains are actually less healthy than food at their "eat out of lap in car" fast food counterparts, thanks to ungodly portions and rosters of fatty, salty ingredients that could choke a Paula Deen cookbook.
Numbers are down this quarter at Olive Garden and Red Lobster (both owned by Darden Restaurants, Inc.), despite recent jazzy revamps including small plates and lighter menu options. Sales at Olive Garden are down 4%, while Red Lobster is down 5.2%. For some strange reason, people just don't seem to be gobbling…
This week, an elderly restaurant critic with a kind face wrote a glowing review of the Grand Forks, North Dakota Olive Garden, and the internet exploded into uproarious, superior laughter. Look at this rube stupefied by a basket of breadsticks! Overwhelmed by black olives! But why is this woman's sincere appreciation…
The company that owns both Olive Garden and Red Lobster, Darden Restaurants Inc., will be reducing the calories and sodium in its kids meals in an effort to provide healthier options in light of concerns about obesity in children.
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