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Spaghetti Warehouse offers dishes that combine old world Italian traditions with American abundance. The restaurant features a festive atmosphere and large seating capacity and has more than 20 locations in nine states, including one in Dallas. Its establishments are ideal for family celebrations and group gatherings. In 1972, the first Spaghetti Warehouse opened in the West End District of downtown Dallas. The restaurant serves appetizers, salads, soups, combination platters, warehouse parmigianas, desserts and beverages. It also offers a children s menu that includes cheese sticks, chicken strips, pizzas and vanilla ice cream. Spaghetti Warehouse is a part of the Frandeli Group, which is a chain restaurant investment and development company.

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Phone: (214) 651-9594

Phone: (214) 571-9851

Phone: (214) 752-8339

Primary Phone: (214) 752-8339

Phone: (972) 536-2002

Fax: (214) 571-9851

Payment method
master card, visa, all major credit cards
Price Range
Central Dallas, West End Historic District, Downtown Dallas

Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurant

Spaghetti Warehouse - Dallas

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Other Emails

Italian Restaurants, Restaurants, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Italian, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average



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We had stopped going to spaghetti Warehouse because the of bad experiences in the Arlington, Tx restaurant. We had friends, from out of town, who wanted to eat there. This restaurant was where they met originally. It was a 45 minute wait or so they said. After the 45 minutes had expired, the hostess kept on telling us that we were the next one to be seated. Then she continued to let other people go in front of us. We were getting upset at the situation, and that is when they finally seated us. When we were walking to our seats, we saw at least 15 empty tables. Our particular server was good, but the food was mediocre.



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Stopped by here before the Patti Griffin show Friday night, sorry we did. The service was awful, waited for everything. Wilted salad, stale bread, and appetizer was barely warm by the time we got it. We'll never go back.......should have listened to my wife and had dinner at Dicks.

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