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February 22, 2016
Old Spaghetti Factory reopened last month at Pacific Plaza in Tacoma, in space that previously housed Tacoma City Grocer.
The restaurant has a bar, and unique chandeliers and lighting fixtures. The entrance was replaced with a new landing and ADA ramp, and the new front doors are replicas of those at the old location.
An old trolley car from the original location was moved to the new space, and has six tables for 18 patrons.
Improvements to the space include HVAC and electrical upgrades, new partitions, acoustical ceiling and flooring.
Owner: Old Spaghetti Factory
General contractor: Absher Construction Co.
Architect: Scott|Edwards Architecture
Engineer: PCS Structural Solutions
Trolley car transport: Omega Morgan
Major subcontractors:Tandem Electric (electric), Air Systems (mechanical), Tacoma Plumbing and Heating, D.L. Henricksen (gypsum walls and insulation), Acoustical Design (acoustical ceilings), Rubenstein's (floors), Tru Colors (paint and stain), Bargreen Ellingson (kitchen equipment), Specialty Coatings (kitchen epoxy floors), Pacific Window Systems (storefront), and Cascade Construction Co. (masonry)
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