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Olive Garden opening in Tumon Sands Plaza this week

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Time to get in those orders of unlimited soups and breadsticks! (At least that's what they are known for, along with their pizzas, pastas and more.)

Guam's first ever Olive Garden is opening its doors tomorrow down in Tumon. This definitely brings in some new job opportunities. We were a given a sneak peak at the location and even a taste at some of the favorites on the menu.

General manager Paolo Dizon said, "We are definitely going to offer Guam the Italian cuisine and Italian experience. The ambiance of the place is definitely something to be in awe of. We spent countless hours setting up the restaurant not to only look like a piece of Italy, but at the same time have that feeling."

Apple Pacific brought the popular Italian restaurant to the island. Doors open up at 11 am tomorrow at the Tumon Sands Plaza.

 

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