An Olive Garden outlet.
14 Ordering Mistakes You're Making At Olive Garden
By Deirdre Mundorf
The Olive Garden App lets you view the current wait, put your name on the waitlist, and get seated more quickly once you arrive and check in. It also allows you to easily place your order and will even save your favorite items, making it easier to reorder them.
Not Downloading The App
When you celebrate a birthday at Olive Garden, your server will give you a free dessert, and you may be able to choose from some of the restaurant's scrumptious dessert offerings. Another perk of celebrating your birthday at the chain is getting serenaded by the servers.
Not Dining On Your B-day
If you sign up for the eClub Newsletter, you will be one of the first to be informed about the chain’s special promotions and new dishes, and you’ll receive coupons to help save money for your next visit. You can also opt-in to receive specials and coupons from other Darden restaurants.
Skipping the Newsletter
One of the things that Olive Garden is best known for is its Never-Ending Soup, Salad & Breadsticks. If you order a soup or house salad, you can also get unlimited refills, and you can try a different soup when you get your refill, but know that the deal only applies to dine-in orders.
Skipping the Never-Ending
The family-style meals are large trays of some of the most popular entrées on the menu and are designed to serve four to six people. Beyond making it easy to serve a crowd, with several options to choose from, these meals can also help you save a substantial amount of money.
Not Ordering Family-Style