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Olive Garden offering buy one, take one offer curbside for first time

Meals start at $12.99

(Credit: Olive Garden)
(Credit: Olive Garden) (WKMG)

With social distancing measures in place and restaurants not allowed to have dine-in guests during the coronavirus pandemic, Olive Garden has released a new to-go offer.

The Italian restaurant chain has launched its “guest-favorite” promotion of buy one, take one in curbside to-go form.

Meals start at $12.99 and the offer works similarly to how it worked when dining in.

Customers choose one entrée that will be served hot and ready and get to choose a second entrée which will be packaged and chilled for eating at a later time, restaurant officials said.

Guests can choose between the following for hot and ready options: spaghetti and meat sauce, fettuccine alfredo, cheese ravioli, five-cheese ziti al forno, lasagna or chicken parmigiana.

The second entrée options are as follows: spaghetti and meat sauce, fettuccine alfredo, cheese ravioli or five-cheese ziti al forno.

Go to olivegarden.com to place an order and pay before heading to the restaurant to pick up your food. You can also select free, no-contact delivery for certain minimum orders.

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