Olive Garden is a family of local restaurants focused on delighting every guest with a genuine Italian dining experience. Delicious Italian ... More
Olive Garden is a family of local restaurants focused on delighting every guest with a genuine Italian dining experience. Delicious Italian Specialties freshly-made daily to pair with a wide variety of Italian wines that will complement your meal. Olive Garden's Culinary Institute of Tuscany, located in the heart of Tuscany, Italy in a restored 11th century village, is where Olive Garden's chefs learn the secrets of great foods in Italy - like how to combine fresh ingredients - to create authentic Italian foods that you'll enjoy sharing with your family and friends.
ExcelLent food, ExcelLent atmostphere but they have to work in thier service.there is no time betewen apetiser and main course all of them came ib same time.server tried to rush us because he want to have more tables.I will definitly go back and try it in the slwo days...
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE FUNNY,
The Good: It is nice to have all the salad that you want.
The Bad: The food is average and its prices are inflated.
The menu-ignorant and inattentive college-student servers laughing and talking loudly in alcoves between attending to diners are a real delight. But they do seem to be having a much better time than most patrons.
The cooking is as authentic Italian as McDonald's is authentic home cooking. It is inconceivable to me that a restaurant that purports to be serving Italian food does not even have a dessert cannoli on the menu!
Like their competition on the east side of Cooper, this is just another corporate entity pretending to be what it is not to try to get your money out of your pocket and into theirs while delivering as little as they can get away with. Better to find a family-owned, real Italian restaurant that cares about its food quality and its customers--and where you can get cannoli for dessert...
The Funny: People wait in line to get fleeced by this place! And then they say it was great! ROFL!
the only thing that servers do not ask about is your drink, it's the first and last thing you get while dining. everything else they need to ask for. sometimes people do not want more salad or breadsticks. so if the server brings out more breadsticks and salad and the guests do not eat it then it's a waiste and it takes up room on the table.
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