Most Expensive $400 Olive Garden Dinner Buffet!?

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How much would you be willing to pay to have dinner at Olive Garden? Olive Garden Times Square is having a special dinner buffet celebration for New Years Eve, which starts at $400 per person.

Forget Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Bowl for $10.99, in order to partake in their NYE dinner buffet, you’ll be paying nearly 40x as much, however you’ll be in the center of Times Square.

Details: Olive Garden’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration begins at 8 pm and ends at 1 am. Tickets are US $400 per person and you must be at least 21 years old to attend. We feature an open bar, a delicious full dinner buffet, DJ Will and his crew laying down the dance favs, and of course a champagne toast at midnight.

The views from the restaurant are awesome, and there is a limited view of the ball drop from the inside. While we’ve had the good fortune of getting to see the ball drop from outside our front doors in the past, due to NYPD security issues we can’t sell the tickets based on the premise that a view of the ball drop is guaranteed. Our restaurant is surrounded by views of Times Square, but a view of the ball drop is not included in the price of the ticket.Tickets can be purchased in person or through the inquiry form above with a credit card if accompanied by our “Credit Card Authorization Form.” Tickets purchased by international guests (US dollars only please) can be shipped to you up until December 6 and domestic until December 16.. There is a US $25 charge for the cost of shipping. Tickets purchased by credit card accompanied by a CC authorization form that are not shipped will be held at the restaurant for pick-up and must be picked up before the date of the event, no later than Monday, 12/30. Tickets purchased but not picked up by this date will be forfeited and we are not able to offer refunds.

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  1. Your post is perfect timing. Today is the last day for the Never Ending Pasta Bowl, and also the last day the 2019 Pasta Pass may be used. I guess one last day for all you can eat to end the year…and call it a wrap!


  2. They would have to pay me at least 10k to spend 5 hours in an Olive Garden. Sounds like torture not entertaining.

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