Post Malone Takes Jimmy Fallon to Olive Garden for the First Time

‘The Tonight Show’ host experiences unlimited breadsticks.

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Jimmy Fallon‘s Tonight Show has yielded plenty of memorable moments but Post Malone may have curated one of Fallon’s most personal experiences to date. The rapper took Fallon to Olive Garden for the comedian’s first-ever dinner at the Italian chain, where he experienced the wonder of unlimited breadsticks, a “laundry basket” full of croutons and a dinner of extra-crispy chicken parmesan. As Post instructs the host on the proper way to eat the restaurant’s famed breadsticks, Fallon demonstrates his skill for guessing the rapper’s preference for ketchup or mustard.

Check out the clip above and see how Fallon responded to his first Olive Garden experience.

Recently, Fallon interviewed Travis Scott about his dreams of Broadway.

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