If you've been to one Olive Garden, you've been to them all, and this one is no different. But that's not a put-down because OG restaurants are actually quite pleasing to most people. The OG chain is one of the one of the very best when it comes to standardizing their food quality and service nationwide. But somebody needs to clue them in on the fact that the piped in music by Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra--not forgetting Nat Cole's "Mona Lisa"--does NOT constitute an authentic Italian ambiance. Another minor irritation is the small spoons that they give you for your soup; clearly they are hoping that your arm will tire before you have a chance to ask for a refill. That said, this OG, like all the rest of them, is a pretty darn good place to eat.
Me and my wife eat here (Pizza Inn) on Ridgemont twice a month! The review given before this review is full of bull as this is recently been built and opened!Wednesday is seniors day (55) and over get all you can eat for $ 4.99 each including drinks.Best pizza by far for the money.They have a great salad bar and dessert pizzas too.We usually request a special pizza and get it with no problems!The place is new ,clean,and quiet.You won't be disappointed with food or service!
I had heard all over town about how good this place was and decided to check it out. The waitress didn't know where the lobster came from and wasn't very knowledgeable about the food past her memorized specials and when I got my bacon-wrapped scallops, they were VERY overcooked and cold. The steak wasn't too bad, but for the prices of the menu items, I wasn't impressed. The wine selection was good and I enjoyed the cocktails.