Hawaii Mom Blog: The Old Spaghetti Factory set to open at Hawai'i Pacific University's Aloha Tower Marketplace on May 21






May 18, 2018

The Old Spaghetti Factory set to open at Hawai'i Pacific University's Aloha Tower Marketplace on May 21

Hawai'i Pacific University (HPU) today announced that The Old Spaghetti Factory is opening its doors at Aloha Tower Marketplace. Starting Monday, May 21, guests can enjoy the restaurant's delicious Italian cuisine, including its famous three course meal, and the unique family friendly dining experience. The Old Spaghetti Factory will be open Monday, May 21 through Friday, May 25 from 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Starting Saturday, May 26, the restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.

"We are thrilled to be re-opening in Honolulu and at such an iconic location as Aloha Tower," said Old Spaghetti Factory Chairman Chris Dussin. "We've been serving guests in Honolulu since 1978 and have so many fantastic memories with our guests here. The location at Aloha Tower caught our eye and we couldn't be more excited about once again serving our deliciously affordable three course meals here in Honolulu. We look forward to reconnecting with past guests and introducing our décor, service, and famous mizithra cheese to new guests in the years to come!"

The restaurant plans on hiring over 100 people to work at the Aloha Tower Marketplace location. The space can accommodate 400 people in indoor and outdoor seating areas, two banquet rooms and a full bar. This is The Old Spaghetti Factory's 44th location in the United States.

"Old Spaghetti Factory will find a whole new international audience at ATM, since our student body is the most diverse of any private university in the U.S.," said HPU President John Gotanda.

The Old Spaghetti Factory joins a vibrant community gathering space designed to serve students of Hawaiʻi Pacific University, local residents and visitors from around the world. The dynamic mix of businesses at Aloha Tower Marketplace paired with HPU's international learning community helps create a first class center for education and a hub for Honolulu's social scene.

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