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The Beautifull Bricktown Will Soon Get Italian Trolley Car Again


The Oklahoma City streetcar is now officially open and will stop right outside the Spaghetti Factory when it is up and running.

The Old Spaghetti Factory will have both a patio on the second floor, as well as a bar. As far as the dcor goes, it’s going to feel like you’ve gone back in a time machine. From brass headboards to chandeliers and Tiffany lamps lighting up the tables, this old-fashioned trolley is the dining novelty that everyone didn’t know they wanted.

If you’ve always wanted to enjoy a plate of spaghetti in an old-fashioned dining car, your dreams may be about to come true. Spaghetti Warehouse once hosted this novelty in Bricktown, where the idea of dining in an old-fashioned trolley was something people enjoyed for over three decades. The Oklahoma City streetcar is now officially open and will stop right outside the Spaghetti Factory when it is up and running. The Old Spaghetti Factory will have both a patio on the second floor, as well as a bar.

From brass headboards to chandeliers and Tiffany lamps lighting up the tables, this old-fashioned trolley is the dining novelty that everyone didn’t know they wanted.

A Revival of the Past

While Spaghetti Warehouse may have been the first to do it, the Old Spaghetti Factory is determined to put its own original spin on it, and revive what was once an integral part of novelty family dining in Bricktown. Expanding and scaling a business to accommodate new ventures often comes with its fair share of risk.

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