When I first walked in the place it was stunning and magnificent it had a hint of old typed themed look to it, I can hear the people talking, laughing, having an enjoyable time with one another, but the thing that really popped out the most was the smell it was a rich and warm scent. The smell felt like everyone who worked there took time into making something remarkable and not rushed or doesn’t care if they miss an ingredient. The day I went was an accurate day it had an average line to wait but the smell of the place made you eager to take a seat, and place in our orders. Finally, the moment we have all been waiting for the waitress came and took us to our seats and when I was seating the chair, the feeling to the chair was a smooth and comfy feeling yet a rough and tough look. We placed our orders in, and in my mind I was restless to eat already, but I had to stay calm and collective because we were in a public place. The food I ordered the classic (Spaghetti and meatballs) the waitress placed it oh so gently in front of me and you could already taste it with that strong whiff coming up to your nose, it was not very long before we finished up eating after all that luxury for my taste buds sadly it was coming to an end. We had to pay more that $20 Dollars for each of our orders but it was worth it because it was so delicious, on a scale of 1 through 10 for the service of the “Old Spaghetti Factory” in Gas Town it was 9 out of 10 I picked 9 because nobody is perfect in the world the will always have some flaws, nevertheless make sure to stop by.
By: Camilla Mancia