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Houston's Spaghetti Warehouse is reopening in new location with a new name

It won't be called Spaghetti Warehouse anymore, and it won't be in an old "haunted" downtown building, but the restaurant says customers can still enjoy many of their old favorites from the menu.

HOUSTON -- Spaghetti Warehouse is returning to Houston after Hurricane Harvey destroyed its downtown location.

But the restaurant will have a new name, new location and some new dishes.

The Dallas-based company is launching a spin-off restaurant called Warehouse 72. It will be located within the Marq-E Entertainment Center on the Katy Freeway just outside the 610 West Loop.

Photos: A look inside the downtown Spaghetti Warehouse after Harvey

The company says Warehouse 72 will offer old favorites and new modern dishes. It should open late 2018 or early 2019.

“Our team got together and made a firm commitment that we would return to Houston… That’s where Warehouse 72 comes in. Warehouse 72 not only represents that promised homecoming but also an opportunity to give loyal Spaghetti customers and welcome new families into a fun, memorable, celebratory and unique environment they’ll be able to enjoy throughout many generations,” the company posted on Facebook.

Credit: Warehouse 72
New Warehouse 72 concept opening in Houston to replace Spaghetti Warehouse that was destroyed by Harvey

Monday night the restaurant promoted the new concept with a pop-up dinner at Evelyn’s Park.

Fans shared their excitement and their memories of the old location on Facebook.

On the web: Warehouse72.com

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