Spaghetti Eddie’s to Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary

Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana is having its 30th anniversary celebration on Monday October 5.  The family-owned business will be celebrating by having roll-back prices from 4 – 9 p.m., including $3.95 Spaghetti, $4.95 Ravioli, and $5.95 Alfredo and Lasagna.

At 3:30 local dignitaries, and the Glendora Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and owners Eddie Inglese and Jim Hermanson will each say a few words. 

Immediately following, from 4-8 p.m. the restaurant will host a special celebration, including raffles and giveaways. 

The restaurant has celebrated for a year leading up to the 30th anniversary.

 Since last September, a monthly winner has been chosen to receive a special raffle prize. The restaurant has also had monthly food and drink specials all closely tied into their upcoming anniversary celebration.

For the month of August, the eatery is given the 30th dine-in guest during dinner on Mondays a free brunch for two, and will draw a winner for 4 LA County fair tickets, including parking on August 30. Dine-in and carry-out guests are eligible to enter the monthly raffle.

Past prizes have included Los Angeles Angels tickets, dinner and a movie, and a gift card to Spaghetti Eddie’s sister restaurant Tutti Mangia Italian Grill.

Also, all of the names collected over the year for each monthly raffle will be placed into one bin for a grand prize that will be chosen on October 5, where the winner will get a two-night stay at The Venetian Resort, Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. A second name will be drawn for a free pizza each month for a year.

During the event, smaller prizes will be raffled off every 15-30 minutes, all leading up to the grand prize.  These smaller prizes include coffee mugs, beer pints, key chains and more.

The Italian eatery has food choices for everyone.  From starters to desserts, everything in between, and even their extensive wine list, no one leaves disappointed.  They even serve up Sunday sit-down brunch.

Starting in 1985, Spaghetti Eddie’s has been in its same location since day one.  Owner Ed Inglese, and his partner and brother-in-law, Jim Hermanson, have owned the restaurant since the beginning.

Thirty years of business does not happen without the right owners and employees to back it up.  Co-owner Hermanson believes the success of the restaurant not only comes with great food and service, but with personal relationships with the guests that have been there.  And this has happened since the restaurant’s inception, and continues to this day.

“It is a warm, friendly, cozy environment where our guests can relax and be ‘EATER-TAINED,’” said Hermanson.  “My favorite saying to new employees is, ‘A happy guest happens from the moment they walk in the front door and receive a warm welcome from our counter staff, until they walk out after great service, and a great lunch or dinner.’”

Make sure you build your appetite, save the date, and don’t forget to attend Spaghetti Eddie’s 30th anniversary celebration on Monday, October 5 from 3:30-8 p.m.

Eddie’s Holiday Wreath Making Contest

Spaghetti Eddie’s is giving people a chance to win a $25 restaurant gift certificate and a donation to a charity of choice for their creativity. Eddie's Wreath Making Contest

Bring by a hand-made or decorated holiday wreath with an Italian flare by December 16 and you’re entered to win.

Contestants are encouraged to also post their holiday wreaths on Instagram using the hashtag #SEWreath or to Spaghetti Eddie’s Facebook wall.

The winner will be drawn on December 17, and can choose a local charity or holiday cause, which Spaghetti Eddie’s will donate a box of unwrapped toys or canned goods to on their behalf.

 

National Pasta Day at Spaghetti Eddie’s

Spaghetti Eddie’s is celebrating National Pasta Day with a special offer for customers. National Pasta Day at Spaghetti Eddie's

On Friday, Oct. 17, in honor of the holiday, all pastas will be discounted by 30% during dinner from 4 – 6 p.m. The offer is valid on any pasta dishes off the regular dinner menu.

Guests should mention offer to their server to receive the discount.

This special offer is also in conjunction with the Italian restaurant’s 30th year in business.

Each month, Spaghetti Eddie’s will be offering a different promotion, including a monthly raffle prize. This month’s prize will be 2 movie tickets and dinner for two at the restaurant. Dine-in and take-out guests can enter the raffle with their server or host. The drawing will take place Oct. 30.

Additionally, the restaurant will give away two free appetizers or desserts per day. Each day’s 30th dine-in guest during lunch or dinner will receive a a free appetizer or dessert to be used anytime during the month of Oct.

Eddie’s at the L.A. County Fair

Tired of the fried and greasy fair food? Eddie’s Cucina, located inside the Marketplace at the L.A. County Fair has some alternative options, which pair nicely with wine and craft beer. Enjoy Wine Country Pasta, Such asCrema Rosa at the L.A. County Fair

This year’s fair began Friday, August 29 and runs through Sunday, September 28, Eddie’s Cucina, always open during fair hours, will amaze the taste buds of fair-goers by offering off the chart menu items such as Gourmet Pizzas, Wine Country Pasta, Grilled Paninis, Homemade Desserts, and Sausage & Brats.

The specialty menu is a fusion from two Eddie’s restaurants — Spaghetti Eddie’s Italian Grill located in Glendora, and Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery, located in Claremont, Both establishments are owned by The Absolutely Italian Management Group, who own and manage a third white linen restaurant, Tutti Mangia, which houses a wine and martini bar. With years of experience, the goal of offering a memorable “food fair” experience is now a reality.

With Spaghetti Eddie’s Italian Grill celebrating 29 years this month, it was fitting to continue this adventure at the LA County Fair. As a staple in the Glendora area, there isn’t a local resident who hasn’t experience the food without creating a memorable evening.

Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery caters more than just to the Italian food lover. Diving into the menu you’ll find items such as ribs, burgers and calamari. Eddie’s menu places a focuses on satisfying each customer, no matter the type of food.

Before you run to the funnel cake, kettle corn or cotton candy line, take a stroll over to the Marketplace and let the experts of Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery open your eyes to the new meaning of “fair food.”