Don’t let the classic red brick and ornate architecture fool you—at The Old Spaghetti Factory, you’ll feel right at home whether you’re celebrating with friends, catching up with family, or enjoying a couple’s night out.
Laclede’s Landing is the oldest neighborhood in downtown St. Louis, and the history of the city is apparent as soon as you step foot on the brick sidewalks that line the district. Sitting in the center of Laclede’s Landing, The Old Spaghetti Factory has played an essential role in showcasing the charm of our historic buildings with delicious Italian food in a cozy, family-friendly space.
The Old Spaghetti Factory on Laclede’s Landing has been a St. Louis staple for decades now, and residents and tourists have come to appreciate the restaurant for a range of reasons, including:
- Historic decor: The Old Spaghetti Factory’s classic architecture and elegant design match that of Laclede’s Landing. The restaurant also features an old-fashioned trolley car where you can dine.
- Proximity to the Arch: The Old Spaghetti Factory is one of a handful of restaurants near the St. Louis Arch. It’s only a quick 10-minute walk away.
- Dynamic atmosphere: While The Old Spaghetti Factory has a classic design, everyone is welcome here, making it perfect for family celebrations, group events, or a special dinner date with an extensive wine selection.
- Membership offers: The Old Spaghetti Factory offers Factory Family memberships, giving you access to birthday rewards, insider news, and special offers.
What else does the Landing have to offer? Come on down and discover for yourself or take a look at some recent renovations on Laclede’s Landing.