Went to the olive garden Palmdale. Ordered a beer and was asked for ID told the server that I am 59 years old why on earth would you want to see ID when the drinking age is 21. The reply was it's our policy for...More
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Got reliable service and food as expected. Sat at the bar since it was a 45 minute wait for the tables. Had lasagna, salad and a dish of ice cream - did not go away hungry.
We got to the restaurant on a Saturday at about 7:00 pm and it was a 45 minute wait, so we ate the bar. The waitress was good and attentive, the salad and bread sticks came out in about 5 minutes and the food followed...More
We got seated in the cafe section and our waiter Tristan was amazing! Took time to actually entertain our child and interact with us. The only downside were the two women at the bar that literally trash talked their peers and the patrons of the...More
First time out with our friends in 5 months, who rounded up a babysitter finally. Olive Garden it is.....7:15 pm....drinks, of course. Surprise to me, NO Jack Daniels at 7 o'clock on a Saturday night (and the barmaid says out since Friday afternoon ), well...More
If you like Italian,this is the place to go. All the salad & breadsticks you can eat,besides your main entrée. The food is delicious & the peach iced tea is delicious too. I would like to eat there more than I do,but I don't because...More
My Husband and I took our Fathers out yesterday for dinner, one Dad is 94 and the other will be 87. We had a very enjoyable dinner, the Dads even had a couple beers. They have a nice new selection of lighter type summer seafood...More
I was here when it was quite busy at lunch, but once we got seated the service was good and fairly prompt. I thought that the portions I got for the price I paid were decent and a fairly good value.
When we arrived it wasn't busy and there were 3-4 employees at the hostess station. Not one person said hello. It was awkward and bizarre. We waited a couple minutes for a table and during this time the employees standing there started gossiping loudly about...More