I was going to go and have the soup/salad/bread stick lunch at the Olive Garden last weekend. It was very recently advertised on TV, and while I'm sure I could have asked for it, it wasn't anywhere on the walls or menu, so I ended up getting a baked ziti dish that was delicious and my boyfriend says that their muscles are wonderful as they are soaked in less of a butter sauce and more of a soup. I hadn't been to an Olive Garden in at least five years and this is a good one. Olive Gardens are like Denny's in that usually, within a certain town or region there is a "good" one and a "bad" one. I don't know where the bad one is around here, but this one is a good one.