We thought we would give Olive Garden another chance but the food is average and expensive. Would rather go to Carrabba's or family Italian restaurant.
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My father recently became confined to a wheelchair and going out became quite a challenge. We went to Olive Garden and they were so very accommodating and nice to us. Thank you for the extra kindness when you know he is bummed about his situation.
Enjoyed a nice evening dinner with my son at Olive Garden. The draft beer was cold and the soup is out of this world. I enjoyed my steak over linguine. It was cooked with perfection. Hard to go wrong with dinner or lunch at Olive...More
I am not typically a huge fan of Olive Garden but we went to this location as it was my sons birthday and he loves Olive Garden. I was pleasantly surprised. Food was good and service was exceptional and we had an enjoyable time.
One of my friends had an allergy when we went here and the manager personally went through the whole menu and highlighted every single meal she could have. The bread they give before the meal is so good that you usually get full before you...More
While I am never thrilled with Olive Garden's food, I found this meal to be disappointing at best. The meal started out with a salad that was more dressing than anything else, the small portion of Lasagna was mushy and overly sweet, and my wife's...More
The address given is wrong - Olive Garden has moved to 2711 Clark Butler Blvd, north of the old location and in the Butler North area. It is brand new, clean, very Italian. We had to wait about 20 minutes, however were offered half price...More
We stopped at this OG on the way home from Savannah GA---since it was a long trip---and this was a good time for a sit-down dinner!! OG did not disappoint---it was graduation time for Univ of FLA grads and their families on this Saturday! We...More