The Journal Record
By Molly M. Fleming
OKLAHOMA CITY – One of Bricktown’s original restaurants is closing its doors Tuesday.
Spaghetti Warehouse, 101 E. Sheridan Ave., announced Monday via a prepared statement that it is shutting its Bricktown location. The company failed to comment further about the Oklahoma City closing or the Tulsa restaurant’s future, but it did allude to a return.
“As we continue to work on a new look for our brand, we are hopeful that in the near future we can reopen Spaghetti Warehouse within the Oklahoma City market,” the company said in the statement.
The closing leaves developers with much to wonder about the building’s future. The 70,000-square-foot building was built in 1910 and remodeled in 1989, according to the county assessor’s records. It is owned by a New York Real Estate Investment Trust.