Olive Garden says their Buy One Take One special returns today, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013.
With this deal you buy one entree for $12.99 and take another entree home for free. No coupon required, but good only for a limited time. Good at lunch and dinner. Also get unlimited salad and breadsticks with your dine-in entree.
“Our Buy One, Take One promotion allows you to enjoy two entrées for just $12.99 ($17.49 in Canada),” Olive Garden says in their FAQ on the deal.
“The first entrée is served in our restaurant with unlimited breadsticks and homemade soup or garden-fresh salad. The second entrée is delivered at the end of your meal to take home for later. This entrée does not include breadsticks, soup or salad.”
Buy One Take One entrees vary by location but most locations offer these choices for the Buy One, Take One:
- Mezzalune Ravioli
- Smoked Mozzarella Chicken
- Spaghettie with Four Cheese Meat Sauce
- Five Cheese Ziti al Forno
- Fettucine Alfredo
No coupon required. More details at this Olive Garden website: http://www.olivegarden.com/Menu/Specials/
Also, for even more details, see this FAQ from Olive Garden: http://olivegarden.com/FAQs/
About Olive Garden (from Wikipedia)
Olive Garden is an American casual dining restaurant chain specializing in Italian-American cuisine. It is a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Inc., which is headquartered in unincorporated Orange County, Florida, near Orlando. As of 2012, Olive Garden restaurants account for 45% of the sales generated by Darden.Olive Garden operates more than 800 locations globally.
Olive Garden serves several types of Italian-American cuisine including pasta dishes, steaks, and salads. The company advertises its bread stick product and centers its lunch menu around it. Additionally, the company advertises that its soups are made fresh in each location daily instead of importing them from a commissary or outside vendor.
In June 2010, Olive Garden began to import parts of menu formats from its sibling chain, Seasons 52; it began selling smaller desserts portions which it called “dolcini”. These new products were modeled after Season-52′s “mini-indulgences” product line.