Spaghetti Warehouse Offering West End Decor and Iconic Items For Sale

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Following an “…overwhelming, heartfelt and unprecedented expression of appreciation” by its loyal guests, officials representing Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants is inviting “everyone to continue celebrating life with us” at our Arlington location after its flagship location in Dallas’ West End District closes permanently on Sunday, Oct. 20th.

“Upon hearing the news of our difficult decision – shared earlier this week – to permanently close our first Spaghetti Warehouse location in the Dallas West End District, we’ve received an overwhelming, heartfelt and unprecedented expression of appreciation from our guests and the Dallas community as a whole,” said Brad Morris, director of operations, Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc.

In acknowledging their guests’ loyalty, Morris announced:

  • Iconic Items Moving to Arlington – Known for its eclectic décor, several iconic items – including a genuine Confessional Booth (located inside the entrance of the Dallas location) and a booth made from a headboard and footboard once owned by the “Father of Texas” Stephen F. Austin – are being moved to the Arlington location to be enjoyed by everyone who visits Spaghetti Warehouse.
  • Guests Invited to Purchase Signage – Each day – from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. – from now until its closure on Sunday, guests visiting the Spaghetti Warehouse Dallas West End District location are welcome to inquire about purchasing signs from inside the restaurant. A third-party expert is available to evaluate any offer and, if accepted, will complete the sale and arrange for the person to receive the item they’ve purchased.
  • Online Auction – Once the Dallas location is permanently closed, an online auction – featuring a variety of small furnishings and selected antiques – will be conducted. Details will be announced soon on the Spaghetti Warehouse Dallas Facebook page.

“Just as we’ve done for nearly 50 years, Spaghetti Warehouse remains a place where everyone comes to experience our great tasting American Italian food while sharing in the company of one another to celebrate, whatever the occasion,” adds Morris. “And, regardless of where you live in North Texas, whether in Arlington, Dallas or Fort Worth, or whether you’re here to visit, we invite you to join us at our Arlington location at 1255 W. Interstate 20.”

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