Most Disorganized and Unprepared.
I visited Olive Garden on Friday, May 20, 2011. My wife and I were the fourth couple to enter after the restaurant opened at 1100hrs. The place smelled of dirty water and cleaner, they just finished cleaning the floor. We were handed a device and told to have a seat. We were the FOURTH set of customers to enter the place. The couple in front of us were brought back to the register, because no booths were available. The lady at the desk told us the same thing. I told my wife we were leaving and had a great dinner at the Sino-American Restaurant on Midlothian for about half the price of Olive Garden. Go there if you want, I have never seen a group of people more disorganized in my life. If you can't have booths ready when you open, maybe you should get the people to work earlier. No problems, I have found a much better restaurant in Sino-American and will send all my business and what friends will listen to them.
Traditional dishes and all -you-can-eat salad, soup and bread sticks are the draw at this upscale-casual Italian restaurant.. In Short Established in 1982, this chain gained a following for its laid-back atmosphere and generous portions. Patrons settle into comfortable booths and tables in dining rooms with plants, artwork and décor reminiscient of the villas in the Tuscan countryside. Starters include scampi, sausage or pepperoni pizza, and several soup choices, as well as a signature seafood dip (crab, shrimp, cheese and marinara). Entrees include classics like lasagna, fettuccine Alfredo and chicken parmigiana. There are also "Garden Fare" options, which promise 30 percent fewer calories.