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The Old Spaghetti Factory Restaurant Review: For many years, The Old Spaghetti Factory’s calling card was its three-course menu: soup or salad paired with bread with regular butter or garlic butter, followed by spaghetti then spumoni ice cream. Guests can still order this, but now more innovative options might entice you to try something different. There are entrée salads, such as the BLT, as well as gnocchi, though the latter can be mushy if overcooked. At this particular location, diners will also enjoy a more elegant vibe, as the space was formerly home to an upscale restaurant and piano bar. Its lofty interior and rich wood paneling is not without a red trolley (this one emblazoned with "Coachella") and kitschy décor. The full bar is a lovely place for a pre- or post-dinner cocktail. While The Old Spaghetti Factory isn’t likely to win any awards for its culinary excellence, what it does deliver is decent food and plenty of nostalgia. But you already knew that before you walked through the front door.