For more than four decades, families have gathered at The Old Spaghetti Factory to enjoy Italian-style home cooking. On Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, The Old Spaghetti Factory locations nationwide will celebrate National Grandparent’s Day with a free meal for grandma and grandpa. This special deal applies to any item on the menu.
Grandparents can select their free meals from The Old Spaghetti Factory’s extensive menu of palate-pleasing dishes including: Spaghetti with Tomato, Meat, Mushroom or Clam Sauce; the signature Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese; Sicilian Meatballs; or Italian Sausage entrees. All meals are served with fresh bread, soup or salad, and a scoop of spumoni ice cream for dessert.
“My parents opened The Old Spaghetti Factory to give families a memorable dining experience at a price that they can afford,” said Chris Dussin, president of The Old Spaghetti Factory. “This year, we’re continuing that tradition by honoring grandparents everywhere.”
The Old Spaghetti Factory has 42 locations, and this offer is available at all restaurants during lunch and dinner on Sept. 8. Grandparents will receive a free meal with the purchase of another entrée. This offer is available for dine-in guests only. Call-ahead seating may not be available for the offer. For more information and store hours, visit www.osf.com.
The Old Spaghetti Factory is best known as a memorable family dining experience that offers an exceptional value in a unique setting. A complete meal features an entrée, freshly baked bread, soup or salad, coffee, tea, iced tea or milk, and ice cream for dessert. The restaurant also offers an acclaimed kids’ menu and 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.