While the restaurant doesn't guarantee a view of the ball drop, last year, according to one reveler, it did take patrons out back to a cordoned off section of the street where ticket holders were able to witness the iconic ringing in of the New Year.
Ball Drop, which offers details about parties around the annual gathering, lists the Olive Garden event as being sold out. But an Olive Garden employee told Thrillist Monday tickets for the event were still available for $400, and that the restaurant had sold around 200 tickets thus far. So if you go, you'll be far from alone.
Now, while $400 is a hefty price for casual Italian fare, as the Post report details, it's far from the most expensive chain meal on the last day of 2015. No, Bubba Gump Shrimp comes it at a staggering $799 per person, while a VIP couples table at Ruby Tuesday will run you $1,699.
In other news, I'm pretty sure I'm staying home this year.
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