Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Bowl Returning September 2022
Nothing is more gratifying than receiving a fantastic deal on a delectable dinner. Currently, a well-known Italian restaurant chain is preparing to bring back a truly legendary and highly cost-effective seasonal promotion.
Pasta lovers from all over the world have anticipated this annual promotion for more than 20 years, but it hasn't been offered since the pandemic's outbreak. Fortunately, we now have official confirmation that it will return soon.
For a brief period, Olive Garden will officially be serving the Never Ending Pasta Bowl. Once more, guests can indulge in as much spaghetti, homemade soup or salad, and freshly baked breadsticks as they choose from October 3 through November 20.
This is a substantial lunch that is inexpensive. Customers can add endless toppings, such as crispy chicken or meatballs, for an extra $4.99 on top of the base price of $13.99.
It's no coincidence that the chain is reintroducing the bottomless deal at this precise moment—2022 will mark the 25th anniversary of its debut.
The Never Ending Pasta Bowl, which made its debut back in 1995, allowed clients to eat as much pasta as they like for a set price. The transaction only cost $6.95 back then!
In 2014, the offer was so well-liked by customers that Olive Garden began selling $100 "season passes" to the Never Ending Pasta Bowl celebration. These permits allowed patrons to take advantage of the offer as many times as they want over a nine-week period.
These tickets would frequently sell out in a matter of minutes. The restaurant company took things a step further in 2019 and began selling 50 lifetime never-ending pasta passes for $500!
According to Rick Cardenas, the CEO and president of Olive Garden's parent company Darden in 2021, profits were unaffected by the promotion's absence during the epidemic.