Old Spaghetti Factory Kids Reading Program


For nearly 100 years, the Dussin family has shared their love of food and good company with millions of guests across America. Guss and Sally Dussin opened the first Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant in Portland, Oregon on January 10, 1969. They knew that honesty, dignity, respect, hard work, and guest satisfaction were the recipe for dining success.

A meal at The Old Spaghetti Factory is an experience. They invest meticulous attention to their decor so their guests feel as though they're stepping into another world. Every location is adorned with antique lighting, intricate stained glass displays and an old-fashioned trolley car that doubles as a dining hall.

Nearly every item on The Old Spaghetti Factory's menu is made on-site, from scratch, using fresh ingredients. Unlike most restaurants, when you order their entrees, they serve you a complete meal, which includes bread, soup or salad, and dessert. And with their famous kid's menu, special treats and fun activities, they encourage families to feel at home in their restaurants.

Your child's school, local library, or community group can earn free kid's meals from the Old Spaghetti Factory. Every child who reads 5 books will earn a free kid's meal. Great for summer reading.

This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States


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