Italian Dinner with Over 1,000 Meal Options

Gluttons will love this offer. Olive Garden is providing guests with greater choice and variety at a value with its first-ever “2 for $25 Italian Dinner” — an abundant three-course meal for two guests for $25.

The offer features six entrees and boasts more than 1,000 possible dinner combinations, so there’s something for every member of the family.

“With Olive Garden’s ’2 for $25 Italian Dinner,’ our guests can share an affordable, satisfying three-course Italian meal for only $25,” said Julie Elkinton, Olive Garden’s senior vice president of culinary and beverage.

“With a variety of entrees, appetizers and desserts to choose from, guests can customize their meals for any taste and occasion — whether it’s a weeknight dinner or a special evening for two.”

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You can start with its freshly baked breadsticks and a choice of unlimited garden-fresh salad or homemade soup.

Choose two entrees from a variety of six options, including two new entrees and four menu favorites:

  • New Smoked Mozzarella Chicken
  • New Spaghetti with Four Cheese Meat Sauce & Meatballs
  • Eggplant Parmigiana
  • Five Cheese Ziti al Forno
  • Ravioli di Portabello
  • Fettuccini Alfredo

Start off the meal with two appetizers, or save room and share an indulgent dessert.

This offer is available now through August 12.

Olive Garden is a leading restaurant chain in the Italian dining segment with more than 750 restaurants. It is a member of the Darden family of restaurants (NYSE:DRI), the world’s leading full-service restaurant company.

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