Old Spaghetti Factory

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About Old Spaghetti Factory

Established in 1969 by Guss and Sally Dussin, The Old Spaghetti Factory remains a cherished family-owned and operated venture. They warmly welcome your family to join ours for an unforgettable dining experience.

Their inaugural Old Spaghetti Factory greeted its first patrons on January 10th, 1969, within the historic Carriage and Baggage Building on 2nd and Pine in Portland, OR. For over a decade, this location stood as their Portland home until 1984, when they relocated to their present spot in Portland’s South Waterfront district.

The original Old Spaghetti Factory trolley car was discovered in a field near Reed College in Portland, Oregon. After its meticulous restoration, the car became a distinctive dining space for guests at their inaugural location. This iconic trolley car has since become a hallmark at their restaurants across the United States. When their flagship restaurant moved to its current Portland location, the cherished trolley car journeyed with us, an integral part of our heritage.

Our renowned Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter is a cherished Dussin family recipe that almost didn’t make it to the menu. To secure the business and liquor license for the first Old Spaghetti Factory, Guss Dussin was required to add an additional item to the menu. It was then that he proposed incorporating the beloved Mizithra cheese recipe, which has since become the most beloved dish on our menu.

Old Spaghetti Factory Highlights

Here is a sampling of the Old Spaghetti Factory’s delicious menu.

Appetizers

Sicilian garlic cheese bread

 

Salad

Chicken Caesar salad

 

Signature Pastas

Fettuccine Alfredo

Spinach and Cheese Ravioloi

Spinach Tortellini with Alfredo Sauce

 

Founders Favorite

Famous Baked Lasagna

Gourmet Jumbo Crab Ravioli

Garlic Mizithra

Spaghetti Vesuvius

 

Savory Chicken

Chicken Parmigiana

Chicken Marsala

 

Pasta Classics

Marinara Sauce

White Clam Sauce

Mushroom Sauce

 

Factory Favorites

Italian Sausage with Meat Sauce

Meat Lover’s Treat

Sicilian Meatballs

Their vibe is wonderful!

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Old Spaghetti Factory In the Press

Creepy photos and a piano that plays itself: This California Old Spaghetti Factory might be haunted

The Old Spaghetti Factory in Duarte, California, housed in a 1909 school building, is rumored to be haunted, with reports of eerie feelings and ghostly occurrences. The restaurant’s unique business model involves renovating historical sites, and this location pays homage to its past with details like chalkboards. Despite the haunting rumors, the article emphasizes the historical charm, generous portions, and delicious food, highlighting the Sicilian garlic cheese bread and mizithra cheese and browned butter pasta. Read more: https://www.sfgate.com/travel/article/old-spaghetti-factory-duarte-california-18097042.php