The Oklahoman
By Steve Lackmeyer

 

 

The closing of Spaghetti Warehouse may trigger an intriguing real estate deal, or at least draw renewed interest in one of the biggest, most prominent under-utilized historic buildings in Bricktown.

The reason for the restaurant's closing remains a mystery. Employees were surprised when the chain announced it would serve its last customers Monday night.

Spokesman David Ayers provided the usual sentiments voiced when a restaurant with longtime ties to the community closes, but also hinted the chain hopes to reopen Spaghetti Warehouse “within the Oklahoma City market.”

When pressed for a reason for the closing, Ayers only would respond “it was business related.”

 

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