Spaghetti Warehouse turned 40 this year, and company executives are working to freshen the casual-dining concept. Earlier this summer, the Irving, Texas-based chain introduced five new entrees and two appetizers, including inspirations from Asia (Kung Pao Chicken Spaghetti) and from the sea (Grilled Salmon and Basil Cream Fettuccini). Azam Malik, president and chief operating officer of Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurants Inc., said the new items met “the latest trends for ...
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