DEC 2015 – Member Profile – The Old Spaghetti Factory

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For nearly 50 years the Dussin family has shared their love of spaghetti, tradition and good company with millions of Old Spaghetti Factory guests across America. The first Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant was opened in Portland Oregon on January 10, 1969. The family knew that honesty, dignity, respect, hard work and guest satisfaction were the recipe for dining success.

A meal at The Old Spaghetti Factory is an experience. The team invests meticulous attention to the décor, so guests fell as though they’re stepping into another world. Every location is adorned with antique lighting, intricate stained glass displays and an old-fashioned trolley car that doubles as a dining hall.

Nearly every item on The Old Spaghetti Factory’s menu is made on-site, from scratch using fresh ingredients. Unlike most restaurants, when you order your entrees, they serve you a complete meal, including bread, soup or salad, and dessert. With the famous kid’s menu, special treats and fun activities they encourage families to feel at home in their restaurants.

The Old Spaghetti Factory is still family owned and operated and they welcome your family to join theirs for a memorable dining experience.

A favorite on the menu everywhere is Mizithra.  Mizithra (Mi-zee-thra) is a traditional Greek whey cheese that has been enjoyed in Greece for thousands of years.  Mizithra is manufactured from milk and whey derived from sheep, goats, cows or mixtures of milks. The Old Spaghetti Factory imports over 200,000 lbs of Mizithra cheese a year.  The recipe for the distinctive blend has remained unchanged since our opening in 1969, making spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter our most popular dish.

Lunch, dinner, kids menus, senior menus, banquet facilities, and a full bar make The Old Spaghetti Factory the perfect family stop.  Located at 635 Industrial Park Ave. Redlands, call The Old Spaghetti Factory for more information, 909.798.7774

 

 

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