There's loving the Olive Garden, and then there's this. A couple will name their baby after Olive Garden, and people can't deal. Anything for bread sticks! Couple Takes Their Love for Olive Garden to New Heights by Naming Baby After the Restaurant is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
We spent the first part of our lives loving @olivegarden, now we get to spend the rest of our lives loving Olivia Garton ??? #babyolivia #olivegarden #Italian #italianbaby pic.twitter.com/eDk61f870x — Justin Garton (@JustinGarton) November 20, 2017 Fort Smith, Arkansas voice actor Justin Garton and his wife Jordan, who both love Olive Garden, celebrated their...
Plus, documentarian Ken Burns apparently loves Guy Fieri, and more food news Italian-ish chain Olive Garden is celebrated by many for its endless salad and breadsticks. A wife and husband in Arkansas love the OG so much, they’re naming their first child Olivia Garton. Show More Summary
The Olive Garden's old "when you're here, you're family" tag line is taking on an even deeper meaning this week: a newborn baby has just been named after the chain restaurant. Parents Justin and Jordan Garton (you can see where thisShow More Summary
Olive Garton was too much — Olivia Garton, though, was just right.
An Arkansas couple that once ate dinner for 7 weeks straight at Olive Garden is naming their first-born daughter Olivia Garton.
Ilan Hall tackles ‘Fabulicious!’ on ‘Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes’ Staunch Italian, pot-stirrer, and Real Housewife Teresa Giudice is not a fan of the Olive Garden — constantly haunted by the restaurant’s slogan “When you’re here, you’re family,” and horrified by its claims to be an Italian restaurant. Show More Summary
Dang! When the guy with the barbed wire forehead tattoo tells you a place is sketchy, steer clear! In a wide-ranging new interview with Rolling Stone, rapper Post Malone talks everything from guns to his love of Olive Garden, but the real interesting tidbit is what he has to say about his "genuine friend" Justin Bieber, [...]
An explosion has rocked a Maryland Olive Garden while 70 customers ate inside. According to local reports, “Fifteen employees were inside during the blast, and two suffered minor injuries.” #BREAKING: Huge hole blown through rear of Md. Show More Summary
We also spoke about Republican hypocrisy on abortion, middle fingers in church, and the Olive Garden.
So cute In Toronto, the backyard “shoffice” trend continues with Garden Studio, a 100-square-foot workspace designed by architect Oliver Dang, founder of local firm Six Four Five A. Dang and his spouse wanted an office space separated...Show More Summary
I love when Fall rolls around and all the pumpkin foods start popping up everywhere. As of yesterday, Olive Garden's pumpkin cheesecake has officially made its way back onto the menu for the season. The dessert is made of a pumpkin cheesecake base, topped with whipped cream, a caramel drizzle, and ginger cookie crumbles. Show More Summary
It’s a long list, but avoid Olive Garden, Chili’s, and Arby’s, for starters.
In UN headquarters in New York, there was really not much the Secretary General, Dag Hammarskjold, could say in response to Fidel Castro, Cuba's Prime Minister, as he was setting out to camp in the gardens of the UN building. This was...Show More Summary
Olive Garden's Pasta Passes sold out in less than 1 second today. The 22,000 passes were up for grabs at 2 p.m. Eastern time today for $100 each, and all of them sold out in less than a single second, breaking the record for passes offered in previous years that sold out at lightning speed. A spokesperon...
Presumably, half of them are headed to eBay.
All you can eat pasta is about to go on sale - 8 weeks worth for only $100. Be ready to snag one of the Never Ending Pasta Passes and maybe even the all-inclusive trip to Italy for only $200! The post The Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Pass Goes On Sale Soon appeared first on Running with Miles.
Olive Garden's never-ending pasta pass is back. And this year, 50 pasta lovers will have the chance to buy an eight-day trip to Italy in addition to eight weeks of unlimited pasta.
Never ending pasta season? Sign us up. Olive Garden is launching its annual Never Ending Pasta Pass tomorrow Sept. 14 for just $100. With an additional $100 you can score the pasta pass and a trip for two to Italy from your favorite restaurant chain. Show More Summary
If you enjoy eating pasta, this deal is for you: $100.00 gets you a Never Ending Pasta Pass of unlimited Never Ending Pasta Bowls which will be valid any day of the week for eight weeks at participating Olive Garden restaurants in the...Show More Summary