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Olive Garden
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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8700 SE Sunnyside Rd Clackamas, OR 97015
8700 SE Sunnyside RdUSORClackamas97015
$$Italian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Olive Garden offers a variety of delicious Italian specialties for lunch, dinner or take out. Enjoy our freshly baked garlic breadsticks and your choice of homemade soup or salad with any entree.
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Lively, family-friendly chain featuring Italian standards such as pastas & salads, with a full bar.- Google
People talk about soup or salad, bread sticks, delicious italian, venetian apricot chicken and steak gorgonzola alfredo
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Jacob Holgate
reviewed 4 months ago
My wife and I went here for Valentine's Day the other day, getting there around 6 or 6:30 so we knew it was going to be a very long wait. I gave one of the hostesses our name and she said it would be about an hour and fifteen minutes. No problem, we went over to Old Navy for a little bit and I set a timer on my phone for 45 minutes. We came back and checked to see if by any chance they'd called our name and we didn't know. She said no, we were still on the list and it would be about another half hour. Her tone was ever so slightly rude, but not remotely to the point of being offensive. We left again to Target to pick up a few things and basically went straight back. I decided to take a pager that time, but right when we went outside and sat down on the bench, it went off. Jason was our server and he was awesome. I've dined in enough restaurants to know the spiel: drinks first. I don't drink and my wife very rarely does. I asked about Italian sodas and she stuck with her water. I've noticed more often than not, this results in bad service, which is stupid because I always make up for it in the tip if they do a good job. But Jason kept up with his great service. The salad and bread sticks (4) arrived quickly as did our appetizers (we went with the Parmesan crusted 2 for $25, getting the chicken meatballs and risotto bites for appetizers, and me the Tilapia and her the Prosciutto Tortellini, all of which was excellent.) We got a second round of salad and bread sticks and I never felt like Jason was gone too long, or looming. Bottom line: of course Olive Garden is heat-and-serve. So is every other chain restaurant in this country. If you want real, true, authentic Italian food, there are many options in Portland, but don't expect OG to be one of those options. It is what it is and for that it's pretty good. We had a great experience on probably what is the worst night of the year to go to a restaurant like this. I don't know what all the bad reviews are about...
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Paul Edelkamp
reviewed 3 months ago
Bad service. The food was just okay. On the rare occasion we were able to flag down our waiter, he was incredibly rude up to the point when I had to wave my credit card at him so we could finally leave, he took it, threw it back at me and said, "Your money is no good here." We finally found out on our way out the door that the manager was so taken by our five-year-old he had decided to buy us lunch. So, five stars for Ivan but his staff deserves nothing. UPDATE: The wife wanted to go back here for her birthday. The service was way better this time. Ivan remembered us and, when he found out it was the wife's birthday, gave us almost $50 worth of appetizers and deserts. I've added a star! Yay, Ivan!
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Yaro Sankov
reviewed a year ago
Olive garden is a good restaurant to go to. My dad got a gift card and we went there with my family. Got some good soup called zuppa tascano yammy yum and it was only 5 dollars with free refill.
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Candice Rhodes
reviewed 6 months ago
Heat and serve. WAAAAAY overpriced for the crappy food you get. I can go to an organic restaurant and get Italian food for the same (if not cheaper). I got their cheesecake and the whipped cream had crinkle marks in it that looked as though it had had Saran Wrap over it until thy served it to me. The cocktails are disgusting and are so sugary I had to add water to it and it was still terrible. WorWord
Tom C
reviewed a year ago
VERY Rushed service. Low quality of food - soggy and bland. Food was cleared/check brought after 10 minutes. I go out to eat to enjoy a meal, not be herded through what sounds like (and this time, tasted like) a cafeteria environment. Price for two people was almost 50 bucks, which only includes one glass of wine. I wasn't even able to eat everything I paid for, since it was cleared so quickly. I will occasionally justify paying that much for a meal for a special occasion and for quality food, but I would have been disappointed if this meal had cost me $20. I have loved Olive Garden in the past but will not be returning, and will no longer recommend it. I can't justify paying that much for such a low quality experience.
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Jen Akre
reviewed a year ago
Omg the bread sticks are amazing lol