After roof collapse, Spaghetti Warehouse still ways away from reopening

Jack McLaughlin

Last spring, the popular Franklinton eatery Spaghetti Warehouse endured a partial collapse of its roof, and the eatery has been closed ever since.

And while some uncertainty has surrounded the status of the building and the brand in the Columbus area, a Spaghetti Warehouse representative told 614now yesterday that the eatery still plans to reopen, however it likely won’t be anytime soon.

According to the Spaghetti Warehouse representative, the eatery is still months away from reopening. An exact timeline was not provided.


The representative said the eatery does plan to reopen its original Franklinton space, which is located at 397 W. Broad St. This is the location that suffered the roof collapse earlier this year.

Spaghetti Warehouse has restaurants in Houston, Syracuse, and three others in Ohio, located in Akron, Dayton and Toledo.

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