Spaghetti Warehouse has finally arrived in the Strip District, bringing its ample fare to this up-and-coming Pittsburgh neighborhood. The entrees here ... More
Spaghetti Warehouse has finally arrived in the Strip District, bringing its ample fare to this up-and-coming Pittsburgh neighborhood. The entrees here include a fifteen layer lasagna and spaghetti and meatballs. Unabashedly American with big portions and creative interpretations of Italian dishes, Spaghetti Warehouse is good for groups, families or anyone seeking a satisfying meal.
I HAVE BEEN SEEING ALL THE NICE ADS IN OUR NEWSPAPER AND TRAVELED OVER AN HOUR TO GET TO THIS RESTAURANT HOPING TO FIND A GEM OF A RESTAURANT. IT FEATURES ITS 15 LAYER LASAGNA AND I COULDNT WAIT TO TRY IT. WE ORDERED THE ULTIMATE ITALIAN FEAST FOR 2. THE CHICKEN PARM CAME OUT BURNT AND DRY, THE LASAGNA WAS IN A MESS, WHERES THE 15 LAYERS, ONLY SAW 3 LAYERS, THE RAVIOLI WERE GREAT, SAUS TASTED GOOD, EVERYTHING BUT THE RAVIOLIS WERE A DISAPPOINTMENT. ASKED THE SERVER WHERE THE 15 LAYERS ARE AND SHE ADVISED ME IT JUST DEPENDS HOW THEY SCOOP IT, I GOT THE SCRAPINGS, GROSS, ATMOSPHERE WAS GREAT THOUGH, ENJOYED THE INSIDE, BUT THEY REALLY NEED TO NOT COOK EVERYTHING SO MUCH.. WOULD MAYBE TRY ANOTHER TIME JUST TO SEE IF THIS WAS A BAD DAY
I have wanted to go there for years finally made it there. Food is great, very reasonably priced, nice atomsphere. If you love Italian food you wont be disappointed. I went back the very next week and week after that an going to go again today!
TERRIBLE! Nothing else to describe it. The food was extremely overcooked. I'm not talking a little crisp around the edges, it was burnt. Not just mine, but the entire table (there were 4 of us who all ordered different things). The manager was brought over and offered us free dessert. We said ok, but when that was brought out even that was burnt. We paid for the wine we drank and then left disgusted. I would give it ZERO stars, but yahoo doesn't allow that.
Don't waste your money. The sauce tasted like tomato paste with sugar. The spaghetti was overcooked and flavorless. The veal was nothing more than small processed patties with the same terrible sauce and cheese.
AN ABSOLUTE WASTE OF MONEY!
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