Skip to comments.Has anyone freeped Olive Garden Yet?
Posted on 10/12/2011 12:10:04 PM PDT by austinaero
Olive Garden Denies Local Kiwanis Group the right to fly the American flag during pledge of allegiance
You can read more: http://www.cbs12.com/articles/garden-4735966-flag-olive.html#ixzz1ab0WPReP
Olive Garden is working with Michelle Obama to “right” the wrongs of their food as well.
I’ve found my crockpot and everything that I can eat at Olive Garden can be made cheaper and better at home.
better chain option:
Sent them an email. Also included a french fry nazi comment. Plenty of other places to eat around here.
You got that right!
I sent an email earlier today:
So the US Flag is a disruption to other diners? Well, count on it not disrupting me as I will never set foot in another Olive Garden again.
I found the phone number of the next phone call I intend to me:
1000 Darden Center Dr. Phone: 407-245-4000
Orlando, FL Fax: 407-245-5389
Website with contact info also:
Their restaurant, their rules. Don't necessarily agree with them, but they are absolutely in their rights to say you can't have flags or banners in their facility.
You are right about Olive Garden.
Disney is (ugh) in bed with her too.
These businesses which whore for the regime need to lose some 30% - 40% of their trade. To hell with nanny state syndicalism and corporatism.
I totally understand the “rights” angle. I don’t care if it’s legal, it’s still wrong (as are so many things legal).
Though, come to think of it, I suspect there is at least one Italian flag in there somewhere.
They can have their rules, but not my patronage.
I haven’t been to Olive Garden since they went all PC and took veal off their menu.
Never went to that artificial Italian restaurnat....Never will....
Darden Restaurants (Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Bahama Breeze, & Capital Grille), has committed the following mortal sins:
1. They are large donors to Planned Parenthood
2. They received an exemption to Obamacare
3. They removed French fries from their menu in an effort to model Moochelle’s fitness plan. What a laugh.
And now, this nonsense about the flag. They can rot. I’ll go without before I set foot in one of their slop holes again.
Eat at Carrabbas, the food is much better and they support Operation Freedom, which provides a taste of home to our men and women serving in harm’s way.
I didn't see any posts declaring that Olive Garden was breaking any laws by banning flags of any type in their restaurants. However, what I do see, and wholeheartedly agree with, are posts declaring that Olive Garden restaurants are now officially off the list of places where some FReepers will spend their money. I'm one of those folks. In an era where many national chain restaurants are going bankrupt as the Obama economy squeezes us dry and eating out is becoming an unaffordable luxury, Olive Garden's hyper-sensitive corporate owners may regret their decision to ban the display of an American flag in their mediocre restaurants. We have plenty of other choices - which is what I love about the free market.