The Old Spaghetti Factory 2-Day Anniversary Specials
For two days of deals in January, guests dine out at prices that haven't been seen in decades
PORTLAND, Ore. – Spaghetti savings days are back by popular demand. In celebration of The Old Spaghetti Factory's 41st anniversary, the restaurant will roll back prices to give guests 41 percent off Pasta Classic entrées nationwide on Jan. 12 and 13. That means a complete pasta meal at The Old Spaghetti Factory restaurants nationwide will cost about $5.
This discounted price is available for lunch and dinner during these two days only. The anniversary special includes a complete meal, with a salad, fresh bread, entrée, beverage and dessert. The Old Spaghetti Factory's award-winning kids' meals will cost about $3.
The special anniversary menu includes Spaghetti with Tomato, Meat, Mushroom or Clam Sauce; the signature Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese; Manager's Favorite; Pot Pourri sampler; Sicilian Meatballs, and Italian Sausage entrees – all for about $4.71 to $6.48 per person. There will be a children's spaghetti dinner as well, for around $2.94.
"For our anniversary celebration last year, nearly 41,000 guests came out in one day and ate about 23,000 pounds of cooked spaghetti at rollback prices," said Chris Dussin, president of The Old Spaghetti Factory. "Since then, our guests have been requesting rollback prices, and we're happy to be able to extend the discounts again this year as a thank-you to our loyal guests for their continued support."
The Old Spaghetti Factory has 40 locations throughout the country. Special anniversary prices are offered only for dine-in guests. Anniversary pricing is not available on to-go orders. One order per guest. Advance reservations are not available. For more information and to find a nearby location and hours, visit www.osf.com.
The Old Spaghetti Factory is best known as a memorable family dining experience that offers complete meals at a great value. The restaurant also offers an acclaimed kids' menu. The Old Spaghetti Factory is recognized by Parents magazine as one of the top 10 family-friendly restaurant chains in the United States.
The Old Spaghetti Factory restaurants are a privately held and family-owned business headquartered in Portland, Ore. For more information, visit www.osf.com.
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