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Now you can have unlimited breadsticks within the city limits

Though the suburbs have been sprinkled with Olive Gardens for decades, the first restaurant in Chicago proper opens Monday.

The latest Olive Garden — there are more than 800 locations worldwide — is in a new 7,780-square-foot building at 3555 W. Addison in the Irving Park neighborhood. The restaurant will seat more than 240 and create 170 jobs, the 32-year-old company said.

And yes, the Irving Park location will have the Never Ending Pasta Bowl, the company’s popular promotion featuring unlimited pasta, breadsticks, and soup or salad starting at $9.99.