olive garden best ever

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best

Whitesboro, NY

#1 Aug 15, 2013
Wow, ate there, I felt like I was in siciliy sitting
in a beautiful garden, while the chefs took the parsely
and oregano and basile right off the plants.

the tomatoe sauce, oh so delicioso. the aroma of
beautiful crushed tomatoes right off the vine, the
lightly colored gravy so warmly covering my pasta
which seemed like it was just made from scratch.

The salad, so refreshing and cold, made me feel like
I took a bite of an iceburg in alaska, how it made me feel
so loved.

The breadsticks, can you get anything in this world that tastes any
better than them? Eating them brought memories of great gradma making homemade bread in the 50's.

Oh, thank you olive garden for painting a picture of how beautiful
italy and sicily were and making our ancestors proud.
agree

Whitesboro, NY

#2 Aug 15, 2013
totally agree

“I Make you wonder”

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#3 Aug 15, 2013
I feel like I've entered an Olive Garden commercial
Pisane

Utica, NY

#4 Aug 15, 2013
best wrote:
Wow, ate there, I felt like I was in siciliy sitting
in a beautiful garden, while the chefs took the parsely
and oregano and basile right off the plants.
the tomatoe sauce, oh so delicioso. the aroma of
beautiful crushed tomatoes right off the vine, the
lightly colored gravy so warmly covering my pasta
which seemed like it was just made from scratch.
The salad, so refreshing and cold, made me feel like
I took a bite of an iceburg in alaska, how it made me feel
so loved.
The breadsticks, can you get anything in this world that tastes any
better than them? Eating them brought memories of great gradma making homemade bread in the 50's.
Oh, thank you olive garden for painting a picture of how beautiful
italy and sicily were and making our ancestors proud.
If you think that place is so good. You are certified crazy. It's all AMERICANIZED crap.
agree

Whitesboro, NY

#5 Aug 15, 2013
Titanium22 wrote:
I feel like I've entered an Olive Garden commercial
If you do enter olive garden, you will be so free and
refreshed. Just the aroma in there gave me a new (great)
outlook not only on life, but how to eat.

“I Make you wonder”

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#6 Aug 15, 2013
I grew up in Maine and there was an Olive Garden in Portland for as long as I can remember. That was the "special" place to take our girlfriends when we were in high school.
Lisa

Utica, NY

#7 Aug 15, 2013
Pisane wrote:
<quoted text> If you think that place is so good. You are certified crazy. It's all AMERICANIZED crap.
Well my shallow minded friend, to call people crazy because they don't share the same opinion as yours, is just sheer ignorance. You can improve your hard headed attitude thru self help books at Barnes and Noble. May I suggest the psychology aisle where people like yourself are trying to become a better person. I wish you good luck in your venture to seek help.
Downstater

Utica, NY

#8 Aug 15, 2013
Lisa wrote:
<quoted text>
Well my shallow minded friend, to call people crazy because they don't share the same opinion as yours, is just sheer ignorance. You can improve your hard headed attitude thru self help books at Barnes and Noble. May I suggest the psychology aisle where people like yourself are trying to become a better person. I wish you good luck in your venture to seek help.
I'm afraid Pisane was correct. If you think that the Olive Garden serves good Italian food (and I'm not surprised anyone from CNY would think so), you simply have no clue as to what Italian food is or tastes like.

Typical CNYer. Lived with 3rd rate schools, businesses, food, culture and services for so long, you don't know anything better.
sticking my tongue out

New Hartford, NY

#9 Aug 15, 2013
I didn't give you a smiley face sticking out his tongue because I thought you were mean, merely because I'm just sticking my tongue out at you because, well, you deserve it. Go back to smelly, crowded, insane big apple and do all of us, including you, a favor! Bye Bye now!!
Utica LOL

Schenectady, NY

#10 Aug 15, 2013
Downstater wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm afraid Pisane was correct. If you think that the Olive Garden serves good Italian food (and I'm not surprised anyone from CNY would think so), you simply have no clue as to what Italian food is or tastes like.
Typical CNYer. Lived with 3rd rate schools, businesses, food, culture and services for so long, you don't know anything better.
It's mind blowing to see all the utica minds defending that restaurant after years of saying the utica region has the best Italian food. I guess anything to feel relevant! Lol
Lisa

Utica, NY

#11 Aug 16, 2013
Downstater wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm afraid Pisane was correct. If you think that the Olive Garden serves good Italian food (and I'm not surprised anyone from CNY would think so), you simply have no clue as to what Italian food is or tastes like.
Typical CNYer. Lived with 3rd rate schools, businesses, food, culture and services for so long, you don't know anything better.
So what you're saying is that everyone's taste preference should match yours. Wow!! In case you didn't know, it's a very diverse world we live in, we all have different opinions. Your preference is not someone else s!!
Rodney King

Utica, NY

#12 Aug 16, 2013
Can't we all just get along?

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