Good food and happy times at Everett Olive Garden

Today Sher an I went with our daughter, son-in-law and grandson to see his final soccer game of the season at the YMCA. Done at 1:30PM, we were all ready for lunch, so off to the Everett, Washington Olive Garden we went.

Our favorite wine here, the Confetti Pink Moscato Rosé Wine

It had been several months since we had dined at an Olive Garden and our Seattle family also was looking forward to the cuisine. We were seated immediately and our server was at our table taking drink orders as soon as we were seated.

Zuppa Toscana, a spicy Italian sausage, fresh kale and russet potatoes in a creamy broth

Classic and tasty minestrone








The soups are all you can eat. Maj had two servings of the potato and sausage soup.

Maj had his favorite: spaghetti, meatballs and meat sauce

Sher ordered cheese ravioli with marinara sauce








The Cheese ravioli and Chicken Tortelloni Alfredo are both oven baked and come right from the oven on very hot plates. You are warned to be careful.

Daughter’s choice: Chicken Tortelloni Alfredo

And of course there is the never empty basket of warm bread sticks








We all enjoyed our meals. The Olive Garden doesn’t please everyone, but we have never been disappointed at any one of these restaurants regardless of where in the country we have stopped. Consistency is something that makes dining choices a lot easier when you know what to expect.


15 thoughts on “Good food and happy times at Everett Olive Garden

  1. I love their zuppa toscana and created my home version! But just give me a white or a red, the drier, the better. I did actually buy a bottle of Post Malone’s No. 9 rosé when it first came out…and hubby asked “where is my wife and what have you done with her?” It is wonderful you are having such a good time up there/out there!


  2. I have always loved Olive Garden and have never been disappointed. Pasta is my favorite food. Spaghetti with red sauce preferably. I’m going to be experimenting with making a white sauce- with wine/butter/broth with lemon zest and including peas, zucchini and little tomatoes. That just sounds good and I’ve not made it before. Have a great Christmas!


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