Get ready to eat your heart out, New Jersey, because an iconic menu item is returning after a two-year hiatus.

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I for one, know my wife is going to be extremely happy with the return of this promotion because it's one of her favorite foods, sold at one of her favorite chains, that comes with a price you just can't beat!

And in today's economic climate, it's hard to pass up on a deal this good.

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What's more, is that you can actually buy season passes for this menu item which absolutely blows my mind!

I mean, season passes for Six Flags I can get behind, but for a restaurant promotion?

That's some serious dedication!

This promotion was arguably one of the restaurant's most popular but it disappeared in 2020, as did a lot of things, due to the pandemic.

Now though, since it'll be the 25th anniversary of the first time this promotion worked its way into our bellies, it's back on the menu.

The restaurant in question is a pretty popular fast-casual Italian spot known mainly for its soup, salad, and breadsticks.

Did that give it away?

Yes, I'm talking about Olive Garden.

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When I was a kid I thought it was the height of fine dining, now as an adult, I think it's a quick spot to grab some chicken gnocchi soup and some salad.

Now though, you'll be able to chow down on an amazing deal.

What Promotion Is Olive Garden Bringing Back For The First Time In Two Years?

It's a promotion so popular that in 2014 they actually started selling "season passes" for $100 so that you could come back as much as you wanted.

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For some people, it was like the Superbowl of eating.

Alright, so what are they bringing back?

Olive Garden Is Bringing Back Their Never-Ending Pasta Bowl

It's a limited-time addition to the menu, but you'll be able to eat as much pasta as your heart desires between October 3rd and November 20th according to Eat This Not That.

For only $13.99 you'll be able to cut, twirl, and shovel in all the pasta you can handle while also enjoying breadsticks and salad.

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A carb enthusiast's dream!

What I think is pretty interesting is that the price is super affordable for what you're getting, but back in 1995, Eat This Not That reported that the never-ending pasta bowl was only $6.95!

Get your eatin' pants ready!

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