Lucky for us in Central New York the only thing you need to eat at Olive Garden on New Year's Eve is patience. You will honestly spend some time maybe waiting for a table. In New York City, the Italian chain is charging $400 for reservations.
A lot of people are truly going to be shocked if you ever travel to Italy to go out to eat and find out that they don't give you unlimited salad, unlimited breadsticks, and bottomless pasta for $8.99. A lot of American's consider Olive Garden to be a “quality source of authentic ethnic food”. I thought so, they go to a culinary school in Italy. What's more authentic then that?
An Olive Garden recently opened in Grand Forks, ND, and according to the Grand Forks Herald’s 85-year-old restaurant reviewer Marilyn Hagerty, it had become the talk of the town.
So, being a good journalist, Hagerty wrote a review of it. Almost immediately after her article was posted to the Herald’s website, it started to get an unusual number of hits, and quickly became the most read article on