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Olive Garden offers diners up to 5, $5 take-home dinners

Mary Pickels
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Olive Garden’s year-long promotion offers diners $5 take home meals.

Pasta times five — for $5 each — is on the menu at Olive Garden through the rest of the year.

The Italian restaurant’s promotion, previously a limited time offer, now offers guests $5 Take Home meals all year.

Diners who order any any entrée in-restaurant (including kids’ entrées) can request up to five ready to heat meals for $5 each.

The options include fettucine alfredo, five cheese ziti al forno and spaghetti with meat sauce, according to restaurant officials.

The meals are freshly prepared, then chilled and ready to transport home after dining. The meals do not include soup, salad or breadsticks, the restaurant chain notes.

If pasta is a favorite, the promotion can provide a quick dinner for a family of five, or five ready to heat and eat lunches or dinners for one.

Details: olivegarden.com

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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