While the Fourth of July is known for barbecues, cookouts, and picnics, what if that’s not your thing? What if the last thing you want to do is eat a grilled hot dog or hamburger? What if Olive Garden and its sort-of Italian food is more your thing? No one is stopping you from getting some Olive Garden on July 4 unless…what if it’s closed?
Luckily, Olive Garden is open on Independence Day and running during its regular hours. If you want to be sure you’re local one hasn’t changed its hours for the holiday, you can always give them a call just to be sure.
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This means you can have all the fettuccine alfredo, lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and Black Tie Mousse Cake you want while checking out the fireworks or watching Independence Day or Captain America to celebrate the holiday.
Will Olive Garden be open on the Fourth of July?
Whether you pick up your food curbside to take home to your family or eat at the restaurant with a bunch of your friends, Olive Garden will be open and ready to feed you on July 4, 2021.
While I may be having the traditional Fourth of July food, I may have to pick up some shrimp alfredo, breadsticks, and some chocolate brownie lasagna for the next day. While it may not be “real” Italian food, it’s still delicious. And who is going to say no to brownie lasagna or warm Italian donuts on the Fourth of July? Not me.
Will you be headed to Olive Garden for the Fourth of July? Let us know in the comments below!