I was wanting Italian food while out and about so we googled and found The Old Spaghetti Factory, hubby wondered if it was anything like The Spaghetti Warehouse he likes to visit in Ohio. While I have to say they are very similar they are also different.
You walk in and it’s VERY extravagant. Chandeliers and beautiful chairs in the entry way. The woodwork has been preserved and the smell of the food was amazing.
They did so well at keeping the great aspects of the building. Like these stain glass windows we set next to!
They had a train in the center of the room much like the Spaghetti Warehouse my kids thought it was the neatest thing to look at!
The ceiling was very industrial and you could tell it had been an old factory at one point.
They had very interesting paintings around the building; there was no theme just very eclectic.
The menu surprised me a bit, there was no pizza or tiramisu on the menu, but they did have the best sweet tea I had had so far in Tennessee. We were given bread and butter while we wait and they butter was a delicious garlic butter. The Ranch Dressing on my husband’s salad was also homemade and I like better than even my own recipe!
I was starving by the time I got my food so I apologize I didn’t get a picture before I dug in. I had the Lasagna and an extra meatball, hubby got the same. The portion was more than I could eat!
My 3 year old got the kids grilled cheese and thought it was the neatest thing ever that the sandwich had ridges!
They did a promotion if you donated to No Child Hungry you could get a free kids meal. We walked away with 3 free kids meals so we will be back to take part of them!