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Hey, who doesn’t love having all the food they can eat? Seriously, have you had those delish breadsticks?? Shia LaBeouf must be on the same page as … Read more…

7 comments to “Shia LaBeouf Treats His Lady To Unlimited Soup, Salad & Breadsticks At The Olive Garden”

  1. sassygrl says – reply to this


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    The Olive Garden rocks…used to have one here in Windsor but now have to go to Detroit yumm

  2. tempe says – reply to this


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    Perez should remember where he came from and downturn his piggy-nose.



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    Oh man, I love their soft breadsticks. Not sure about where they are but the one thing that ticked me off, is Olive Garden used to put a container of Parmesan cheese on your table so you could put a bunch on your plate to dip your breadsticks in. Now what they do is come around with a cheese grater and you do not get that much cheese.
    Also they used to have a dish called Baked Ravioli on the app menu, was enough for a dinner if you added a salad. Wish they would bring that back.



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    PS - Perez if you want to eat the best garlic cheese breadsticks and seafood in town, come down to my neck of the woods in San Pedro and I'll treat for lunch or an early dinner at the 22nd Street Seafood Bar and Grill. They have a great lobster bisque and I love their Dungeness crab salad. The halibut is also pretty good this time of year and if you are not into seafood, my sister says their steaks are good, but I would probably go to J Trani's for steaks - their beef is from the midwest.

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Love their salad, which has me putting jalapenos into most cold salads for that fresh zing it gives. The breadsticks are right up there with the Red Lobster biscuits.

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: 55vineyard – Their lasagna classico used to be great, along with their tiramisu. I haven't seen the lasagna for a while, but haven't gone, either.

  7. pj88 says – reply to this


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    The Olive Garden in Times Square is fine dining.. it's not cheap like all the other locations. No "unlimited food".. no $9.99 specials.. NYC prices all the way!!!