Celebrate National Spaghetti Day at Old Town Pizzeria
January 4th is National Spaghetti Day and there is no better place to celebrate it than at Old Town Pizzeria!
The origins of spaghetti are a bit mysterious. Some say that it was brought back to Italy from the East by famed explorer Marco Polo, while others claim it has its roots in the 12th century Sicily. Regardless of where it came from, we are glad that it did!
Old Town Pizzeria offers the very best in Italian cuisine, from mouth-watering appetizers such as Fried Calamari or a Napoleon Eggplant Tower to exquisite entrees such as Chicken Saltimbocca or Shrimp Davinci. Family favorites such as brick-oven pizza and…you guessed it…spaghetti is available as well.
If you find yourself in the mood for a little Italian or just want to celebrate the all-time favorite spaghetti, come on down to Old Town Pizzeria and grab a taste of the old world. We look forward to feeding you!
Located in Port Jefferson, at 691 Old Town Rd, Old Town Pizzeria is open from 10 to 10, Monday through Saturday.