Good food and good service. I enjoyed the salad and my spaghetti. The bread is very good and served hot. Nice place to eat in Dayton or Columbus, Ohio.
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We had a large party and there was a coupon for $6 spaghetti or lasagna, salad and bread! What a bargain. We all enjoyed it. Parking was a little difficult so we just dropped off the group and one went to park. The area of...More
The service in this place is HORRIBLE. We were seated immediately. Drink orders taken...drinks appeared quickly. Dinner order taken and the waiting began. 45 minutes later still no food. Other people seated after us had come and gone. Finally food starts arriving at our table...More
Excellent food is served here. The pasta is just perfect. 2 of us shared the 15 layer lasagna which was plenty with an added salad. All in our group raved about their choices. Fun atmosphere too.
Italian food at its finest. Fresh sour dough loaves with garlic butter with your drinks. Menu prices are medium to fine dining. But the gem on the menu is the feast for two. Lasagna, chicken parmesan, ravioli, meatballs, Italian sausage, and spaghetti with meat sauce....More
Three of us had dinner before a show downtown. This area seems a little desolate and the restaurant seems a little worn down. One of us thought the lasagna was very good. One of us thought the spaghetti and sauce was just OK. One of...More
Times change but not the Spaghetti Warehouse. Hasn't changed for the better and seems a bit worn. Not as exciting as it could have been.
Okay service for lunch time. Food was great. Asked for peppers for sauce and had to wait a while for them to come.
Spaghetti Warehouse was in walking distance from the hotel so I had dinner there. Easy to get a table, but the place was full. Salad was ordinary, bread was bland, and the spaghetti was just average. Not a bad place and decent prices but I...More
Some restaurants get crowded depending on how good their food is and you come to expect that waiting is just part of the experience. The Spaghetti Warehouse, hostesses on at least two occasions seem to show favoritism. Guests enter a narrow doorway and if the...More