Olive Garden Is Rolling Out ‘Never-Ending’ Stuffed Pastas For A Limited Time
Who wants to go to Olive Garden for dinner?!
If you thought Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Bowl was the best thing to ever happen to pasta, we have an announcement you are definitely going to love.
While never-ending pasta used to mean your standard pasta and sauce — like spaghetti and marinara — Olive Garden is now taking it up a notch with never-ending stuffed pasta.
The new never-ending pasta deal includes four different kinds of stuffed pasta that you can pair with four varieties of sauces and five types of toppings. That means you can try all four pasta dishes and all four sauces in just one trip to the restaurant!
Of course, the meal also includes unlimited breadsticks and soup or salad, so you might not be able to eat all the pasta … but it’s worth trying.
As Jennifer Arguello, Olive Garden’s executive vice president of marketing, said in a statement, the Never Ending Stuffed Pasta deal is another example of the chain restaurant’s “never-ending abundance and Italian generosity.”
Never Ending Stuffed Pasta dishes start at $12.99 and include cheese ravioli, asiago tortelloni, mushroom ravioli and brand-new stuffed ziti fritta. For sauces, you’ll be able to choose between alfredo, meat, marinara and five cheese marinara. Meanwhile, topping options include meatballs, vegetables, grilled chicken, garlic shrimp fritta and sauteed shrimp and scallops.
The best part? Once you’ve made your first decision, you get to start all over with another combination! As Olive Garden described in the caption of its Instagram announcement, “New stuffed pasta. New saucy combinations. Same never ending deliciousness.”
The Never Ending Stuffed Pasta deal is already available at Olive Garden. But you don’t want to wait too long if you’re craving some pasta — the deal ends on March 31.
Will you be heading to Olive Garden for their Never Ending Stuffed Pasta?
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