Spaghetti Eddie’s “Double Tap” Instagram Contest

Spaghetti Eddie’s is giving Italian food lovers a very easy chance to win a gift certificate. 

Simply by liking a recent post of Spaghetti Eddie’s Honey-Calabrian Chicken Wings, which are new to the restaurant’s selection of starters, and by following Spaghetti Eddie’s on Instagram (@SpaghettiEddies), fans are entered to win a $20 gift certificate to use during their next visit.

The contest is open for one week. On Friday, Jan. 27 at noon, Spaghetti Eddie’s management will pick a random winner from those that liked the Honey-Calabrian Wings, as long as that Instagramer follows Spaghetti Eddie’s.

This just may be the easiest, and most delicious, $20 earned.

Ready, set, double tap!

Spaghetti Eddie’s Celebrates Feast of Seven Fishes

Spaghetti Eddie’s is celebrating the Feast of the Seven Fishes the entire month of December by offering a special dish, Seafood Celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes at Spaghetti Eddie'sCortoccio. This concoction consists of a mix of 7 different types of seafood including shrimp, scallops, clams, calamari, black mussels, salmon and whitefish simmered in curry tomato sauce, tossed with linguine and baked in parchment.

The “Feast of the Seven Fishes,” also called “La Vigilia,” is celebrated on Christmas Eve by Italians throughout the world.  Meat is rarely served for the feast, as it is highlighting deliciousness from the sea. 

Spaghetti Eddie’s is offering patrons plenty of chances to experience this dish by offering the special all month. Although, Spaghetti Eddie’s sister restaurant, Tutti Mangia Italian Grill celebrates the Italian tradition on one night only. 

Tutti Mangia’s Feast of the Seven Fishes on Sunday December 18 from 4 – 9 p.m. Visit for more info.

Spaghetti Eddie’s to Raise Funds for City of Hope Through Garlic Puffs

As if the Garlic Puffs at Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana weren’t desirable enough. Spaghetti Eddie's to Raise Funds for City of Hope Through Garlic Puffs

The restaurant is giving patrons a new reason to crave the warm, soft and decadent appetizer by donating $1 to breast cancer research at City of Hope Arcadia for every order purchased during the month of October.

The fundraiser coincides with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), held every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention and treatment.

City of Hope, while local to Spaghetti Eddie’s, is a nationally recognized leader in the research and treatment of breast cancer. It is one of few breast cancer centers to offer intraoperative radiation, the application of therapeutic levels of radiation to the tumor bed while the area is exposed during surgery.

Patrons dining at Spaghetti Eddie’s during October aren’t required to do anything specific to participate other than add an order – or two – of Garlic Puffs to their meal while dining at Spaghetti Eddie’s.

Eddie’s Italian Eatery, the sister restaurant of Spaghetti Eddie’s, is also donating $1 of every order of Garlic Puffs purchased during the month of October. For more info about this location in Claremont, visit 

Eddie’s Offers Paninis, Wine Country Pasta & More at LA County Fair’s Marketplace

Tired of the fried and greasy fair food? Eddie’s Cucina, located inside the Marketplace at the L.A. County Fair has some
Eddie's Offers Wine Country Pasta & More at L.A. County Fairalternative options, which pair nicely with wine and craft beer.

This year’s fair begins Friday, September 2 and runs through Sunday, September 25. 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, Appetizers including Stuffed Mushrooms and Garlic Puffs, Wine Country Pasta, Grilled Paninis, and Homemade Desserts.

The specialty menu is a fusion of two local “Eddie’s” restaurants — Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana located on Grand Avenue in Glendora, and Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery located in Claremont, Both establishments are owned by The Absolutely Italian Management Group, who also own a third restaurant, Tutti Mangia Italian Grill & Chophouse, offering steaks, pasta, seafood and an extensive wine list with worldwide varietals. With years of experience, the goal of offering a memorable “food fair” experience is now a reality.

Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana celebrated 30 years last September.

Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery offers menu items such as pastas and burgers. Eddie’s menu places a focus on satisfying each customer, no matter the type of food. In October, Eddie’s will undergo a re-brand and name change to Eddie’s Italian Eatery, offering gourmet pizzas, pastas and paninis. Fans have responded to the Italian offerings so soon the restaurant will offer more, evolving from a pizzeria to a true Italian eatery.

So before you run to the funnel cake, kettle corn or cotton candy line at this year’s fair, take a stroll over to the Marketplace and let the experts of Eddie’s open your eyes to the new meaning of “fair food.”

Pokémon Go Players Can Win $50 to Spaghetti Eddie’s

Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana is offering Pokémon Go players a fun opportunity to win a $50 gift certificate just by playing the game.

Mobile app users are already flocking to the restaurant since they learned it was a PokéStop, and now that it’s clear Pokémon love Italian food, especially posing for pictures with their favorite Italian dishes. So get over to Spaghetti Eddie’s and post your most creative photos of Spaghetti Eddie’s food and Pokémon. Pokémon Go Players Can Win $50 to Spaghetti Eddie's

Now (Monday, August 1) through Wednesday, August 24, Pokémon Go players can share their Spaghetti Eddie’s food and Pokémon photos on Instagram for a chance at a $50 gift certificate.


Entering is simple. Upload a Pokémon picture on Instagram, which must be taken in the restaurant and must include any pasta dish or entrèe. Tag us, @spaghettieddies and use #PokemonatSE in the caption.


The Spaghetti Eddie’s management team will pick the two most creative photos on Wednesday, August 24 at 6 p.m., then regram them for all to like. The picture with the most likes on Wednesday, August 31 at 6 p.m. will be the winner.

Pokémon Go players get over to Spaghetti Eddie’s – which is a PokéStop – and see which dish Pokémon likes best.

Any offensive images will not be considered.

Spaghetti Eddie’s to Host 4th Annual Tip-A-Cop Fundraiser

Local law enforcement is trading in their handcuffs to spend the evening at Spaghetti Eddie’s raising money for the Special Spaghetti Eddie's to Host 4th Annual Tip A CopOlympics.

Police officers, detectives, California highway patrol officers and deputy sheriffs will be serving each table during the Tip-A-Cop event on Thursday, April 28 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. 100 percent of the tips collected by the law enforcement benefit local Special Olympics.

Last year, Spaghetti Eddie’s raised $3,400 at this annual event, which helped fund the 2015 Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles hosted by Azusa Pacific University, the City of Azusa, the City of Duarte and the City of Glendora.

This is Spaghetti Eddie’s fourth annual Tip-A-Cop night, and each year the event has grown in participation.

General Manager, Teri Bainbridge, hopes to raise at least $4,000 at this year’s event.

“It’s such an important event for us because we are able to help a local chapter of the Special Olympics. It’s our job to be part of this community and pay it forward ,” she said.

Glendora Chief of Police Timothy Staab, Glendora Police Chaplin Karen Davis and other city officials may be in attendance.

To reserve a table, call 626-963-0267

Spaghetti Eddie’s Owners Named Entrepreneurs of the Year

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. Tutti Mangia Owners Receive Entrepreneur of the Year Award

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.

Spaghetti Eddie’s Teams with Glendora Churches to Feed Homeless

Spaghetti Eddie’s teamed up with the East San Gabriel Valley Coalition For the Homeless this weekend.  Spaghetti Eddie's Helps Feed Area Homeless

On Sunday, Dec. 20, the Italian restaurant fed over 200 people and donated nearly $2,000 in food to area homeless gathered at St. Dorothy’s Catholic Church in Glendora.

Spaghetti Eddie’s was just one of many groups who came together to help the local community, including Mayor Karen Davis, area businesses and residents, assist homeless people during the holiday season by providing warm meals, clothing and showers.

Socks and underwear were also being collected at the restaurant in the weeks leading up to St. Dorothy’s opening its doors.

Spaghetti Eddie’s general manager, Teri Bainbridge, along with two team members joined Mayor Davis and other volunteers to help serve the food donated by the Italian eatery. Davis came dressed in a festive outfit and sang Christmas Carols.

“The event is so well orchestrated,” said Bainbridge. “We were very happy to be involved.”

St. Dorothy’s Church, 241 S. Valley Center Ave., will remain open from December 17 to January 1; and Glenkirk Presbyterian Church, 1700 E. Palopinto Ave., will open its doors from January 2 to January 15.


Eddie’s Spaghetti Eating Contest to Benefit Glendora Education

Mayor Karen Davis will take on Superintendent Dr. Robert Voors

Food, competition and charity.  Sounds like a winning combination, right?  That is what’s occurring at Spaghetti Eddie’s on Spaghetti Eddie's Eating Contest Set for October 5October 5 to coincide with their 30th anniversary celebration.

Glendora Mayor Karen Davis will go up against Superintendent Dr. Robert Voors in a spaghetti eating contest at the Italian eatery at 4:30 p.m., following a special ribbon cutting and toast with local dignitaries, chambers and other members of the Glendora community.

Guests are welcome get in on the competition and go up against others, in the ½, 1, or 2-lb heat.  Prior registration is recommended. Winners will receive a medal/trophy, a gift certificate and a free spin of the Spaghetti Eddie’s prize wheel for an opportunity at other items, including: wine, Garlic Puffs, gift certificates and more.

One-hundred percent of the proceeds, including entrants’ sign-up fee, and any additional money contributed throughout the evening, will be donated to the Glendora Education Foundation.  The charity is a working group of parents, businesses, and community members devoted to contributing support to the enrichment of every student’s education.

The celebration will occur from 4-8 p.m. with plenty of food specials, giveaways and friendly faces at the restaurant all night long.  The family-owned business will have roll-back prices from 4-9 p.m., including $3.95 Spaghetti, $4.95 Ravioli, and $5.95 Alfredo and Lasagna.

Registration, details and rules for the entire event can be found here:

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.