Old Spaghetti Factory

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Located in the trendy Gastown, this Old Spaghetti Factory which opened on March 22, 1970 is quite unique in that you can dine in one of the old trolleys – though I haven’t had the opportunity to dine in there specifically myself. The restaurant is large, and has an old vintage feeling. There’s usually a line up, and they don’t take reservations.

The menus are printed on old newspaper like paper – which they will reuse, so don’t discard them! The prices are quite cheap, and for most of the menu, they have what’s called “It’s All Included” All the entrées include OSF Classic Sourdough Bread with Whipped Garlic and Plain Butter (they are delicious!), Minestrone Soup or Crisp Green Salad; Spumoni Ice Cream; and Hot Tea or our own blend of Coffee.Dressing choices include Ranch, 1000 Island, Blue Cheese, House Italian or Low-Fat Sesame.

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The food is decent for the price you pay for. The menu has a variety of selections/options, so you can come back and order something different every time. The servers are friendly and provide prompt service. The atmosphere is relaxing and a great place to eat out with a group of friends. The last time I went there, they didn’t have wireless transaction machines, so each person had to go up to the cashier to pay. But perhaps that has changed since then.

If you love pasta and a good deal, this place is the place for you.

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