Beloved Pasta Chain Is Bringing Back Iconic Deal
Discounts on wonderful meals are the best. Now, a big Italian restaurant company is bringing back a budget-friendly seasonal special.
Since the epidemic began, pasta lovers no longer look forward to this autumn promotion. Thankfully, its comeback is near.
Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Bowl is back. From October 3 through November 20, customers may eat as much spaghetti, soup, salad, and breadsticks as they desire.
Why? This huge dinner is affordable. Customers may add extras like fried chicken or meatballs for $4.99.
2022 marks the 25th anniversary of the chain's bottomless bargain. The Never Ending Pasta Bowl debuted in 1995, offering clients unlimited pasta for a set price. It cost $6.95 back then.
In 2014, Olive Garden began offering $100 "season passes" to the Never Ending Pasta Bowl, allowing customers to take advantage of the bargain as much as
they wanted during nine weeks. Passes sold out in minutes. In 2019, 50 Lifetime Never Ending Pasta Passes cost $500.
Why did Olive Garden cancel the deal? Rick Cardenas, CEO of Olive Garden's parent firm Darden, said in 2021 that the pandemic didn't hurt profitability.
He conceded that limitless spaghetti hasn't always helped the chain's financial line.
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