Pasta lovers, your time has come. Again. Celebrate National Pasta Month this October with a beloved special from Olive Garden, returning after its pandemic hiatus.
After two long years of absence, the Never Ending Pasta Bowl is coming back to Olive Garden in 2022. This marks the 25th year that Never Ending Pasta Bowl is being offered at Olive Garden.
From Monday, October 3 through Sunday, November 20, guests can enjoy unlimited servings of their favorite pasta combinations, homemade soup or salad and freshly baked breadsticks, starting at $13.99. Each never-ending topping can be added for $4.99.
“Our guests love our Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion, and we are excited to be able to offer it again for the first time in two years. The promotion has long been our most popular offer because it reflects exactly what our loyal guests expect when they dine with us: never-ending, abundant, craveable Italian food at an everyday value,” said Jaime Bunker, SVP of Marketing at Olive Garden. “The high demand for Never Ending Pasta Bowl, coupled with the fact that we’re starting to see a return of pre-pandemic dining habits, makes this the right time to bring back the offer and give our loyal guests even more of a reason to visit our restaurants.”
The Never Ending Pasta Bowl Menu includes the choice of four pastas (fettuccine, spaghetti, rigatoni, and angel hair), plus five sauces ( made-from-scratch creamy mushroom, traditional marinara, five cheese marinara, traditional meat sauce, and alfredo), plus three toppings ( meatballs, Italian sausage, and crispy chicken fritta).
While Never Ending Pasta Passes were once the hot item for unlimited pasta at Olive Garden, you don’t need a pass, coupon, or anything but an appetite to sit down for this special.
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