Old Spaghetti Factory Opens in Carmel

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Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard (second from left) was among the officials who cut the ribbon Monday. (photo courtesy city of Carmel) Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard (second from left) was among the officials who cut the ribbon Monday. (photo courtesy city of Carmel)
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Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard and other city officials Monday celebrated the grand opening of The Old Spaghetti Factory, adding to the growing number of businesses opening at Carmel City Center. The location is restaurant's second in Indiana and will add 100 jobs. 

The restaurant has had a location in downtown Indianapolis for many years and has more than 40 other locations throughout the country. Chris Dussin, chairman of The Old Spaghetti Factory, says opening a second location in central Indiana has been a longtime goal.

"The location in Carmel City Center caught our eye right away and we couldn’t be more excited about opening," said Dussin. "Carmel and the surrounding communities have countless guests that we’ve served over the years in Indianapolis. We look forward to serving them more often in our new location."

Carmel City Center has announced a number of new businesses choosing to locate there over the past several months. They include a second location for The Cake Bake Shop, set to open this fall, as well as scientific software company Indigo BioAutomation, the Indianapolis chapter of the Alliance Française, and several others.

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