Brandon Olive Garden Gets New Tuscany Design

The restaurant in Brandon is among 20 that have been remodeled to resemble an Italian farmhouse.

Have you visited the Olive Garden in Brandon recently?

If you have, you surely noticed some changes.

The Olive Garden at 2602 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon, has undergone a renovation as part of the final phase of testing of the company’s new Via Tuscany remodel program, updating the look and feel of approximately 20 Olive Garden restaurants in eight markets.

The remodel is designed to upgrade and unify the look of restaurants nationwide.  

The Brandon restaurant’s interior and exterior have been updated with new design elements. The rustic stone exterior is typical of the buildings in the Italian countryside, and the interior is accented by Italian imports and fitted with up-to-date LED lighting. Ceilings supported by exposed wood beams, stone and wood accents and terra cotta tile highlight the interior. Vibrant imported fabrics decorate windows and dining seats, and artwork featuring a variety of Tuscan scenery, from a piazza to secluded village towns, adorns rustic stone and stucco walls.

The remodel is inspired by the farmhouses that dot the landscape throughout the Tuscany region of Italy.

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