I visited Spaghetti Warehouse with some co-workers for lunch one day, and it was totally worth the extra half-hour of break it warranted. The food was excellent, the staff was gracious and cheerful (our host had to handle about 15 people), but my favorite part was the building itself. It seems like a cross between an old 1800's factory/fabrication building and a train station of the same period. Customers can eat in trolley cars, booths built from old train sleeper beds, and station benches. The walls are covered with memorabilia from the early American Industrial era, and any history buff would love the experience.
The prices were really low, too, and the pasta was awesome. I'll be going back more often.
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