Spaghetti Warehouse says they’re not moving locations after all – here’s what’s happening

Sav McKee

Last week, news broke that the owners of Spaghetti Warehouse teamed up with local developer, Robert (Skip) Weiler, with plans to demolish their original W. Broad St. location and build a 15 story mixed-use development there, complete with a new Spaghetti Warehouse constructed in the building. 

Weiler told 614Now that the new Downtown Spaghetti Warehouse on S. High St. would then transform into Bistro 72, another restaurant that the owners of Spaghetti Warehouse owns.

Welp, it appears this isn’t the case anymore, though.


A statement from Spaghetti Warehouse says, “Spaghetti Warehouse has found its permanent home at 150 S. High St. downtown, thanks to the fantastic support of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) introducing us to our current partners.  This location, right in the heart of downtown at the Columbus Commons, has brought our iconic brand into a modern era and we are so thankful to all those who helped us reopen after almost two years of being closed.”

They also mentioned in a statement that their current Downtown lease covers 20 years.

As for the partnership with Weiler and Kelly families to build the 15-story, mix-use property at their original location on W. Broad St., “no tenants have been confirmed,” said Spaghetti Warehouse. “We expect to share additional information on this new development in the coming weeks.” 

For more information about the new development, check out the details here.

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