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We Are Ready To Welcome You Again

At Spaghetti Warehouse Syracuse, your wellness is our top priority. We strive to take every measure to offer you a clean and safe dining environment. It's time to take a break from home with a comfortable dining experience knowing that we're taking every step to ensure your safety.
For years, we have been “celebrating life with you” by offering delicious Italian-American dishes paired with authentic local wines and beers. We look forward to welcoming you back to our incredible Syracuse restaurant.
Responsible Dining

Responsible Dining

We have elevated our cleaning and sanitation standards based on the latest guidelines issued by CDC and public health authorities. Our staff are trained on all social distancing protocols, responsible service and always required to wear protective masks.

Before You Arrive

  • Common Areas

    • Frequent cleaning and sanitation of common areas, especially in high-traffic areas.
    • Daily temperature checking of all employees.
    • We have made it mandatory for all our staff to always wear protective masks.
    • Wearing masks is mandatory for visitors while entering.
    • Frequent handwashing with soap and water or sanitizer (containing at least 60% alcohol) is recommended.
    • Social distancing measures are in place.

  • Tables

    • Ensuring tables are placed at least 6 feet apart.
    • Frequent cleaning of the tables with disinfectants after every use.

We’re Flexible, Dine Whenever

We care for you. During these challenging times, we keep things flexible. Guided by our purpose of care, we have extended our cancellation policy to provide further flexibility. Plan your dining experience with confidence at Spaghetti Warehouse Syracuse.
  • Flexible change and upgrade policy
  • No cancellation fees for individual reservations
We’re Flexible, Dine Whenever

Dine Safely

  • Hand Wash
  • Social Distancing
  • Wear Mask
We are closely following the safety recommendations from CDC and local health authorities and updating our protocols accordingly. For more information, please refer to the CDC Website.