Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Spaghetti Warehouse

In 1972, the first Spaghetti Warehouse opened in the old warehouse district of downtown Dallas. Victor Petta Jr. created hearty, made from scratch favorites by combining recipes handed down through generations of the Petta family with American abundance. Chef Victor also invented our patented system for cooking pasta to create perfect al dente pasta every time. Our commitment to quality has seen the Spaghetti Warehouse grow to more than 16 restaurants in 7 states - and we're still growing. 

I ate here for the first time ever.  My husband has eaten here before.  We both ordered the   15-LAYER LASAGNE-  which features  layer after layer of lasagne noodles,  robust Meat Sauce, Italian pork sausage, ground beef, and Romano, ricotta and mozzarella cheeses. Made by hand daily and topped with more home-made Meat Sauce.  It was amazing!

We went to the Restaurant located at:  689 North Clinton Street Syracuse, NY 13210. 
(315) 475-1807
The restaurant is located within and old factory.  There is a lot of old
items for decor including old tin signs, a confessional, and an old
trolley car in which you can sit to eat. 

The Spaghetti warehouse is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new
menu, 11 new dishes created by their new corporate chef, and a wide
array of promotions and events. This is their way of saying thank you to
the many communities who have supported them as patrons these many
years.  For a list of events click this link: 

Spaghetti Warehouse on Urbanspoon

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