Olive Garden's most popular promotion, Never Ending Pasta Bowl, is back for the 19th year, and it's bringing more to the table than ever before.
Now through Nov. 9, guests can enjoy a variety of more than 150 pasta combinations, plus homemade soup or garden fresh salad and fresh baked garlic breadsticks, all unlimited and starting at just $9.99.
In addition, throughout the promotion, Olive Garden is inviting guests to round up their checks to support Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and its mission to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
"Never Ending Pasta Bowl is our most highly anticipated promotion, and we're excited to celebrate its return this year by giving our fans even more unlimited variety," says Jay Spenchian, Olive Garden's executive vice president of marketing. "We're also honored to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and help raise support for its programs that benefit families nationwide."
Never Ending Pasta Bowl options include:
- Pastas: Spaghetti, Angel Hair, Fettuccine, Penne, Cavatappi, and Whole Wheat Linguine
- Sauces: Alfredo, Five Cheese Marinara, Traditional Marinara, and Meat Sauce. New Spicy Three Meat and Roasted Mushroom Alfredo sauces can be added for $1.
- Additions: Shrimp Fritta, Chicken Fritta, Italian Sausage, or Meatballs can be added to any combination starting at $2.99.
In addition to the roundup donation, Olive Garden is celebrating the launch of Never Ending Pasta Bowl by delivering after-school meals today to children at local Boys & Girls Clubs across the country.
"We are thrilled to partner with Olive Garden, a company that shares our belief in the importance of giving back to the community," says Julie Teer, senior vice president for Resource Development at BGCA. "Olive Garden is not only supporting its local communities, but also giving guests an opportunity to do so as well. We hope that many guests will participate in this cause campaign to help Boys & Girls Clubs nationwide enable more kids to achieve great futures."
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