Olive Garden Italian Kitchen is a family-friendly restaurant chain in the U.S. There is currently no ongoing discount offered for military personnel, but Olive Garden has advertised special promotional offers to active duty, veterans, and retirees in the past. Find out ways to save below.
Olive Garden Veterans Day Discount
Olive Garden has previously honored Veterans Day by giving veterans and active-duty military free or discounted meals from the menu. Deals are determined by the owner. It’s always a good idea to check in with the restaurant manager for military discounts.
Be on the lookout for more from Olive Garden next Veterans Day!
What is Olive Garden?
- Olive Garden Italian Kitchen is an American chain owned by the Darden family restaurants which include popular restaurants like Yard House, LongHorn Steakhouse, and Bahama Breeze.
- Enjoy Italian fan-favorite dishes such as Chicken Alfredo, Tour of Italy, and Cheese Ravioli.
- Choose from other dishes from the lunch menu, Tastes of Mediterranean, and Gluten-free specialty menus.
- Olive Garden prides itself on creating a family-friendly atmosphere that is both casual, stylish, and open. Kids menus are catered for children 12 and under.
- Catering is available for business, event, and bridal occasions. You may choose pickup or delivery for orders over $75. Complimentary chafing kits available upon request.
- Subscribe to the Olive Garden eClub newsletter and receive a free dessert or appetizer.
- Olive Garden guests can receive a complimentary dessert on their birthday. Just ask a server for details.
More on Olive Garden
- Olive Garden Italian Kitchen is a proud partner of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership, committed to hiring and employing military spouses across the country.
- Known as the Olive Garden, the restaurant was first established in 1982 in Orlando, Florida.
- There are now over 850+ locations and over 96,000 team members.
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Cristina Van Orden is a literary writer and active military spouse. She holds an MFA from Antioch University and taught K-12 English before working in editorial. Cristina currently resides on base with her husband and children.