Spaghetti Warehouse to return to Houston as new concept after catastrophic flooding from Harvey

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Spaghetti Warehouse to return to Houston as new concept

Not even Hurricane Harvey can keep the Spaghetti Warehouse down.

After catastrophic flooding damaged the restaurant downtown, the company has decided it will reopen in a new location -- and with a new name to boot.

The concept will be called Warehouse 72 and it's set to make its debut at the Marq*E Entertainment Center on the Katy Freeway.

The moniker is a nod to the year 1972, when Spaghetti Warehouse first opened in Dallas.

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"Spaghetti Warehouse leadership made a firm commitment that we would return to Houston; Warehouse 72 not only represents that promised homecoming but also an opportunity to re-engage loyal Spaghetti customers while attracting a new generation of fans to the re-imagined concept in the process," said Michael Kim, President of Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants.

You'll be able to order many of the Spaghetti Warehouse classics. Warehouse 72 will also have a bar program, complete with cocktails, sangria, premium Italian wines and local and national beers.

The company says the restaurant will launch in late 2018 or early 2019.

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