August 24 is the last day played by the Old Spaghetti Factory serving hungry colorists.
A company spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday, 25 years at 233 Park Avenue, that the popular restaurant is approaching its doors and plans are already in place to fill the building space.
"Yes, we are approaching our Minneapolis site. We will have the last day of service 24 August 2019," the spokesman said. "The closure is only about our Minneapolis site, and our other places are successful and we are actively seeking new places.
"In Minneapolis we were working on a short term lease which was expiring. We worked with our landlord on time to close the space and leave the space so that plans for the building could be taken into the future. "
The existing Chicago-based restaurant, Pinstripes in Edina, contains food, drinks and entertainment, including a bocce ball and bowling.
Minneapolis site is the only Old Spaghetti Factory in Minnesota, but has country-wide restaurant stores with shops in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah and Washington ,
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