LOS ANGELES — Olive Garden is opening up to all guests this fall, including people who work in the field.
The restaurant chain said Friday that its Olive Garden employees can get their meals free of charge through Thanksgiving.
Olive Garden also is offering free admission to its Olive Tree restaurant and the Westin hotel.
“We are always open to help those who may need our help,” said spokesman Brian DePalma.
The chain is also opening up its restaurants to guests who have a valid Olive Garden membership card, and is encouraging everyone to take advantage of free parking.
There are also a few concessions available at the chain’s restaurants.
The chain offers an all-you-can-eat buffet at some of its restaurants, including the restaurants in Las Vegas, New York and California.
It also offers its signature salad bar at its restaurants.