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  • Bricktown plans revealed for Old Spaghetti Factory

    Building permits have been filed to convert the old Nonna's / West space into a 16,000 square foot Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant.

    The prime location at the corner of Sheridan and Mickey Mantle Drive has been vacant since West closed its doors in November of 2017. Previously, Nona's and its owner Avis Scaramucci had completely renovated the 2-level space, and operated there until late 2014.

    Now, the Italian-style chain has submitted plans that show a large eat-in vintage trolley car on the ground floor along with a bar and the main dining area. Upstairs will be another bar with access to the existing large outdoor patio, along with banquet halls.

    First floor plan

    Second floor plan

    The move comes after the similar and long-running Spaghetti Warehouse closed its doors very nearby in Bricktown in early 2016.

    The Old Spaghetti Factory is based in Portland, Oregon with 45 locations in the U.S. And Japan. Most of the restaurants are located in renovated warehouses.

    The building permit shows a cost of $700,000, which does not include furniture, fixtures and equipment. Total investment is likely to be well over $1 million.

    Work should start soon and take several months to complete.

    Typical dining room

    Typical bar

    Existing upstairs patio

    Existing upstairs space
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