We’ve been waiting over a year to get our hands on the infamous Warehouse Bruschetta and 15 Layer Lasagna again.
And now, we only have to wait about another month.
According to Spaghetti Warehouse’s website, they’re officially opening on November 30th. This new Downtown location, at 150 S. High St., right by the Columbus Commons, is going to offer a new, “evolved” menu, “to meet the discerning tastes of the contemporary Columbus diner while preserving our most cherished signature dishes,” their website says.
Spaghetti Warehouse, an Italian dining staple since the 1970’s, knows that their iconic warehouse location on Broad Street will definitely be missed, especially after the unfortunate closure due to a roof collapse. “While we acknowledge that it’s difficult to replicate the iconic space of the legacy location on Broad St., we have carefully taken important considerations to bring some of the legacy elements of the old location and infuse them to bring about the new bright future in a new location,” they said on their website.
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Their new interior will still encompass the historic vibe as their old location, such as bringing back in the storied antiques, Tiffany lamps, and signs from the legacy location, but they’re bringing in more modern decor as well.
The space will be divided into 3 sections:
- A front bar for a more casual experience, such as a quick lunch or happy hour
- The main trolley décor dining area
- A large, back dining room for larger parties
Their new design is intentional. “We designed it so that you can feel like you are in a journey the minute you step inside. A journey that will take you from a train station, greeted in front of our luggage cart first and then step on the trolley train. Then you will reach your new destination, our large, open back room that opens up to many possibilities offered by the vast Columbus Commons.”
We’ll see you there!
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