If you love pasta — I mean, really love pasta — Olive Garden has a treat for you. Their Never Ending Pasta Bowl is officially back at restaurants nationwide!
That means you can enjoy unlimited servings of your favorite pasta combinations, homemade soup or salad and freshly-baked breadsticks starting at $10.99. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of pastas, toppings and homemade sauces, including their brand new creamy roasted garlic sauce.
For pastas, you’ll be able to choose from fettuccine, spaghetti, rigatoni, angel hair, cavatappi, gluten-free rotini and whole grain linguine. Pair them with sauces like creamy mushroom, marinara, five-cheese marinara, meat sauce and Alfredo.
Just pasta and sauce will cost $10.99, but toppings are extra. Toppings include garden veggies, meatballs, Italian sausage, crispy chicken fritta, grilled chicken and crispy shrimp fritta. Add-on costs range from $2.49 for vegetables to $5.49 for shrimp fritta, but your location’s prices may vary slightly.
You can try any variety of combinations you’d like, as many times as you’d like. That means you can, for example, get classic spaghetti with meatballs, then rigatoni with creamy mushroom sauce and grilled chicken, followed by cavatappi with Alfredo and garden veggies — just to name a few options.
Refills are dine-in only, of course, so you will need to eat all your pasta at the restaurant. No taking some home for later!
If you’re looking for something to drink with your unlimited pasta, Olive Garden has also refreshed the wine list. It now features some new ones to pair with your pasta, including La Crema Chardonnay, Prophecy Pinot Noir, Beringer Merlot, Meiomi Pinot Noir and Apothic Red Blend.
The never-ending pasta deal is only good for a limited time, so be sure to enjoy it soon!
Will you be heading to your local Olive Garden for some unlimited pasta, salad and breadsticks?
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