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Vince's Spaghetti

1206 W. Holt Blvd. (Mountain Ave.) Send to Phone
909-986-7074 | Menu
This sprawling old-school Italian joint --- going strong after 60 years --- offers big plates of red-sauced pasta dishes.

Lunch & Dinner Thurs.-Tues.

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Vince's Spaghetti Restaurant Review

: Noted for its massive neon road sign, this Inland Empire landmark --- it was founded in 1945 --- is the place to go for oversize portions of spaghetti or mostaccioli bathed in marinara sauce from a family recipe. Hardly an intimate trattoria, Vince's is a sprawling, multi-room, diner-like space with seating for more than 400 people, where waitresses use rolling carts to deliver the mountains of pasta to Formica tables filled with families. The menu is short, as the kitchen sticks to what it does best. Vegetable beef soup or a simple dinner salad with choice of dressing is available to start. There are a few sandwiches, including a meatball sub or French dip, but most diners stick with the heaping plates of pasta in meat or marinara sauce. For dessert, try a wedge of cheesecake or spumoni. A predictable list of wines and beers is also available.
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