Where is Olive Garden Corporate office Headquarters

Olive Garden Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 8984 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 407-264-0420
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 2,00,000
  • Established: 1968
  • Founder: Bill Darden
  • Key People: Dave George (President of Olive Garden)

Olive Garden Headquarters Location & Directions

Olive Garden Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Eugene I. Lee Jr.

President, CEO & Director

Kyle Holmes

Managing Partner

Jon Norem

Managing Partner

About Olive Garden, History and Headquarters Information

Olive Garden was incorporated in 1982. Olive Garden is headquartered in Florida, United States. Olive Garden started as a part of General Mills, Inc. Its first restaurant opened in 1982, in Orlando. The company eventually came to be known as the largest chain of Italian-themed full-service restaurants in the United States. In 2014, they added the facilities of online ordering along with smaller lunch portions.

Olive Garden is the leading restaurant in the Italian casual dining segment. It is owned by Darden Restaurants, Inc. They have more than 92,000 employees operating more than 800 restaurants. It provides a variety of Italian specialties for lunch, dinner, dessert, and drinks. The restaurants offer outdoor seating facilities, online order options, and catering services. Its menu which consists of cocktails and beer, garlic breadsticks, chicken, beef, homemade soups, salads, wines, classic and filled pasta, seafood, non-alcoholic beverages, and more. It has its global presence in Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Malaysia, Puerto Rico, Peru, Mexico, and El Salvador.

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  • Kay Tadin says:

    Friday, March 1st, 6:00 PM, we stopped at Olive Garden for a bite to eat after a dance recital at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights. It was my first and last experience. Your Manager, Bob Traske had much to be desired. Getting right to the point, my grand-daughter picked up her lemonade to drink and the “whole glass” bottom of the drink fell out. Fortunately, she was not cut as the whole drink fell on her and her dress from the recital was soaking wet. It took your Manager several minutes to even come over to address the problem as I found napkins to start cleaning up the mess myself. I was offered 4 paper napkins by a bus boy. They proceded to serve our entrees in the middle of all of this. Thus, the meal was cold by the time we got to eat. Never once did the manager bring over “fresh” drinks, clean set-ups or offer to at least reheat the dinners. Is this your way of training a manager to address mishaps in your restaurant? It was a very disappointing experience and one that I will remember. Thus, I will not frequent Olive Garden again, nor would I ever recommend to friends or family to eat there.

     
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