Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by FCB02062, Mar 3, 2020.
It's all about those sticks if you ask me.
Very brave of you to finally come out of the closet, bro. I support you.
Yeah, but I bet you didn't know they could possibly sign free agents after March 18.
No secrets on this board.
Calling Olive Garden an Italian restaurant is a bit of a stretch..............
In reality though those bread sticks and salads are the only reason Olive Garden is still in existence.
I think you’re right. Seriously. The never ending salad/sticks is synonymous with Olive Garden, and they would likely go out of business without it. It’s the only reason I’ll go to one once in a great while with the family. The rest of the food might as well be microwaved garbage and no one will complain as long as there’s chopped lettuce drowning in house dressing.
Actually aren't trades not allowed until the start of the league? Which is also when free agency begins.
So basically the Patriots literally cannot make a trade before free agency begins.
Depends how hot she is/was I guess...
I do like Olive Garden's bar drink prices. They seem to mix up the pricing when you special order drinks like a top shelf gin martini and only get charged $11 whereas I get charged $14-$17 elsewhere.
If you're a sophisticated drinker ( which you being on patsfans.com I assume you are), you can tell the difference. Otherwise, they could be doing what TGI Fridays did on a large scale several years ago, substituting cheap stuff in top shelf bottles....
TGI Fridays in NJ fined $500K for switching top shelf booze with cheap liquor
Once visited an Olive garden in Orlando and got worried when my shoes started sticking to the carpet.......have not visited the chain anywhere since......now I always walk "pasta" and go somewhere different
Well they are known for pasta fasta.
I'm no expert but I consider myself strong in the eating Italian food arena. I've eaten at multiple locations of both Olive Garden (MA & NH) and Maggiano's (GA, MA & IN). Maggiano's is much better.
And Triumph is right except for the dog food comparison. I grew up with many aunts and uncles who cooked Italian food. Even my non Italian mom learned from some of the best and made a great sauce. One of my aunts would have a pan full of gravy with sausage and meatballs sitting on the stove every time we went for a visit. I also had an Italian uncle who had been a cook in the Army and at a place in Everett called the Silver Fox. His home was where we tried to go on Sundays.
Yes, but a trade could be in place to go down when the clock strikes 12:01.
Jax just completed a deal trading a DB to Denver for a 2020
Olive garden is the Italian version of McDonald's! Take it from an Italian !
McDonald's at least tastes good. Olive Garden uses the "can to plate" restaurant model.
Thanks for the tip!
Soup and salad lunch deal is only reason to go to the Olive Garden.
I mistakenly ordered the lunch portion lasagna at the OG recently and the entree was 2” x 2” x 2” in size... laughable. The waitress even apologized for the tiny portion.
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