Spaghetti Eddie’s owners, Ed Inglese and Jim Hermanson were recently named So Cal Restaurant’s Entrepreneurs of the Year for Spaghetti Eddie’s sister restaurant, Tutti Mangia Italian Grill.
They were given the Golden Bacchus Award or “Greek God of Dining” award and also received five stars from the organization.
This award coincides with a huge milestone for the Italian Chophouse and Martini Bar, which is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary.
In October, Spaghetti Eddie’s celebrated 30 years in the Glendora community and ran a very similar campaign including monthly giveaways, raffles and giving back to the local community.
The official anniversary date for Tutti Mangia is in November, but it began 10 months of . Each month, they’re partnering with a different local charity and cutting a check for a percentage of sales in the name of the organization.
For more information about Tutti’s 20th anniversary, click here.
The duo co-own a third restaurant in Claremont, Eddie’s Eatery & Pizzeria, which was given a five-star rating by So Cal Restaurant.