Olive Garden food truck coming to Orlando, debuting breadstick sandwich


  • Photo via Olive Garden

If you're like most Americans who have a sick addiction to Olive Garden's breadsticks, your lucky day has come. Fueling this obsession—which previously required a drive to your neighborhood joint—has now been made easier than ever.

As part of their first-ever "Breadsticks Nation Tour", Olive Garden is promoting their newest menu item, Breadstick Sandwiches, during a seven-week long food truck tour across the country this summer. According to their website, sandwiches will be available one of two ways: Chicken Parmigiana or Italian Meatballs, and are topped with a deliciously golden brown, buttery breadstick bun. This lunch item debuted in Olive Gardens across the country starting June 1, and are now conveniently at your disposal via a traveling food truck. 

  • Chicken Parmigiana Breadstick Sandwich via Olive Garden

Just in case you're not already drooling, Breadstick Sandwiches will be served with a side of fries and your choice of unlimited homemade soup or House Salad, starting at just $6.99 a meal. Look out for free samples of their newest item for those of you needing additional assurance before diving in, or for those just trying to maximize your fix free of charge. 

Olive Garden's executive vice president of marketing, Jose Duenas, further explained the concept behind the "Breadsticks Nation" tour. “We’re always looking for new ways to reach and engage our most loyal fans. Not only are we giving guests more ways to enjoy our most iconic menu item, we’re making it easy for our guests to try our Signature Breadstick Sandwiches.” 

Orlando residents can delve into this deliciousness on wheels this Wednesday, June 17 at 5 p.m at Lake Eola. We're fairly certain we'll be seeing you there.

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