People really love the Olive Garden.
And why shouldn't they? The waiters can be extremely helpful. Small-town reviewers rave about it. There's a "Pasta Pass" that gives you dozens of free meals. And speaking of free, how about those delicious breadsticks?
Still, we have questions. And thanks to the intrepid Joe Wadlington, a writer who recently went on a date with someone very close to the Olive Garden family and shared the intel he gleaned on Twitter, we have a lot of excellent answers to share.
Grab a seat, and settle in!
Now, we're not saying that there is never a time when a two-hour wait for Olive Garden is warranted. But c'mon! New York City has some of the country's finest restaurants that you can't just visit while you're at home anyway.
But wait, there's more!
Now, you might think that running out of breadsticks would be the strangest thing to happen in an Olive Garden. But no ...
And so there you have it. That said, we're kind of hoping one day to witness a knife fight ... with breadsticks. Is that so wrong?
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