On Thursday, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow announced that the Olive Garden in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, had announced that reservations for its famed “carbone” reservation would be sold out by Monday at noon.
She said that the reservation had sold out, and she had no information on how long it would be available.
“This is a sign that there are more reservations available for the ‘Carbone’ reservation than you can possibly imagine,” Maddow said.
“But that’s not the only thing that’s changed.
I’m not going to get into the details of what happened, but I think you know what it is: the reservation has sold out.
The carbone reservation is no longer available, and I’m just going to leave it at that.”
The reservation sold out of “carbones” reservations for $100 per person per night.
This is the same reservation that is available to purchase for $75 per person, $40 per person for breakfast, and $25 per person at lunch.
As of Monday morning, the reservation was still available to book for $50 per person.
“This reservation was sold out as of 2 p.m. local time.
I did not have access to a phone number or email to book the reservation online,” Olive Garden said in a statement to Mashable.
“As of 5:15 p.ms. local, the Olive Kitchen reservation is available for reservation.”
The Olive Garden website says that the reservations for the “Carbone” reservations can be purchased on-site at the restaurant.
The reservation is for “Carbonado”, which is an “exotic, fresh cut” of lamb.
It is available only at Olive Garden restaurants.
The Olive Garden spokesperson told Mashable that the “carbonado” reservation is not an “extract”.
The Olive House is one of the top ten restaurants in the world, according to Yelp, with an average rating of 4.9.
Olive Garden, which is owned by John Mackey, has not responded to Mashables request for comment.