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Friday, February 25, 2011

The Old Spaghetti Factory

Among the unique places that I have ever been to was the Old Spaghetti Factory in California. This is an Italian Restaurant and the building that they used was an old school in year 1909. I was so amazed of the charm of this place because the decors were from the original property of this historic building. The bathroom maybe cozy but you can see the old charm in it.

The photos on the wall were pictures of the old students in black and white prints. It is not scary though because all the areas were well-lighted. Part of the charm of this restaurant was the old antiques, including chandeliers, brass headboards, and footboards at bench backs for booths.

The picture below was their flag decor showing flags of the different countries of the world. They even have the Philippine flag though, the color blue was nowhere to be found instead, the flag was showing a green, red and white colors.

Here is the coolest part, the prominent decor feature is a streetcar in the middle of the restaurant with seating inside. I love every corner that they have.

Since this is a school before, one room has the chalkboard and the restaurant was so cozy.
Oh I love the place and the historic charm that comes with it! Check it out in your place.


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