Food Olive Garden’s Huge New Meatball Pizza Bowl Comes Loaded With 10 Meatballs

22:05  22 february  2018
22:05  22 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The Meatball Pizza Bowl is basically a flakey, baked pizza crust filled with cheese, meat , and sauce, available at all Olive Garden locations for the matinee price of .99. An Olive Garden spokesperson confirmed that this thing comes topped with 10 meatballs and weighs in at over a pound.

Olive Garden ' s Huge New Meatball Pizza Bowl Comes Loaded With 10 Meatballs . Olive Garden , home of fast-casual Italian comforts such as fried pasta nachos, Italiano Burgers, and other mutant dishes that might've been engineered in a comfort food lab, is back with another hybrid

Olive Garden has just released a massive new addition to its lunchtime menu. 

a plate of food on a table © Courtesy: Olive Garden Olive Garden, home of fast-casual Italian comforts such as fried pasta nachos, Italiano Burgers, and other mutant dishes that might've been engineered in a comfort food lab, is back with another hybrid offering for its lunch menu, and it's a behemoth: The Meatball Pizza Bowl

The chain has managed, through what we can only assume is careful tinkering, to combine the two most popular dishes in the Italian culinary world -- pizza and pasta -- into a single item. The Meatball Pizza Bowl is basically a flakey, baked pizza crust filled with cheese, meat, and sauce, available at all Olive Garden locations for the matinee price of $8.99. An Olive Garden spokesperson confirmed that this thing comes topped with ten meatballs. Simply put, it is large and meant specifically to get you full without making a dent in your wallet. 

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Olive Garden just launched a massive Meatball Pizza Bowl on its Lunch Duos menu. The bowl is made out of pizza crust and filled with meat sauce, melty cheese, and meatballs . It' s only available before 3 p.m. on Monday through Friday.

Olive Garden ' s new " Meatball Pizza Bowl " looks like someone deep-fried the New Radicals guy's hat," a fan joked. "And filled it with meatballs ." "This is [ Olive Garden ]’ s new pizza bowl and I would like to destroy this right now," one person chimed in.

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a person holding a plate of food on a table © Courtesy: Olive Garden While not as substantial as a Never Ending Pasta Pass, the Meatball Pizza Bowl is nothing to be trifled with in respect to portion size. It's being introduced as the newest addition to the Lunch Duos menu, which will enable you to pair it with unlimited salad and breadsticks, which is the Olive Garden way. 

Though it looks like a dish worthy of mopping up your weekend hangover, the Meatball Pizza Bowl is only served Monday through Friday, before 3 PM. The lunch menu addition seems like a surefire way to lure people to the 800 Olive Gardens locations nationwide well before happy hour starts. 

But just because it's strictly a lunch dish, there's nothing stopping you from taking it home and eating it at 3 in the morning. That, too, is also the Olive Garden way. 

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