Spaghettini Italian Grill and Lounge is THE meeting place between LA and Orange Counties. Located just off the 405 Freeway at Seal Beach
Blvd, we feature exceptional Northern Italian cuisine & top name entertainment.
Spaghettini Italian Grill and Lounge offers award winning cuisine for lunch and dinner, and is the home of the legendary Sunday brunch - complete with free flowing champagne!
For parties of all sizes, Spaghettini Italian Grill and Lounge offers catering and private banquet rooms. A variety of private dining rooms are available - we can accommodate 10-100 guests and we can customize any menu to fit your taste and budget.
With an award winning wine list, live music 5 nights a week and happy hour 3pm-6pm, Spaghettini Italian Grill and Lounge is a unique blend of taste and entertainment in Southern California. We look forward to serving you! …
I would like to recommend Spaghettini Italian Grill and Lounge to everyone. I tried the Spaghette and it was very delicious!
VERY BAD PLACE ,NEVER GOING BACK.
WHAT A RIP OFF
over priced everything ,bad menu of junk
big ugly patio very noisy from all the traffic going by
inside the bar is crazy unless you pay extra for a table
& you don't have a big piller in front of you
service really SUCKS & the manager is a clown that could care less what you want . what a loser
this place really needs a new owner that cares about the
costumers & not the $$$$$ that he is ripping off from us.
some of the music is ok & some not
the band room is laid out very bad
bewear of some reviews i think there from the people that work there
bring your $$$ lot's of it ,you will need it
NOT WORTH IT ,I'LL NEVER GO BACK
very good food and atmosphere. I am so glad that we found this restaurant it was very good and the atmosphere was very conducive for a large party. There was 10 os us for Brunch and everything was very fresh and the service was top notch. I definitely recommend this for any occasion. I am going to try dinner next!
Fabulous Jazz Brunch.
WOW... what a great afternoon.
Took family from out of town for Sunday Brunch at Spaghettini's. The food seemend to be endless and beautifully displayed. I have very hard to impress inlaws from Sweden and fresh fish is a must. They we very pleased with the buffet portion of the brunch which was abundant with fresh fish and salads.For the entree portion of the brunch ( yes, that right there is two phases to this brunch. So pace yourself). I highly recommend the Lamb ( try it even if you are not a fan of lamb you will be pleasently suprised). Another entree not to miss is the Sea Bass. Daruch was our waiter and he was very attentivethe entire meal. Also note if you are into wines there is a an amazing selection to choose f rom. If you are not sure ask your waiter, ours was very knowledgable. It was worth the price..
Looking foward to returning soon.
Sunday Brunch was a bad experience. Went to $60 Sunday Brunch. Made reservations. They put us in seperate room from live music. One large table of salads. Three other small tables with stale waffles & bread. No live person to make anything fresh. No prime rib or ham. Many items had too much mayonnaise or oil. ALL the fish was fishy. Including the Bass as an entree. Lamb entree was very good. WAY OVER PRICED. Will never go back for Sunday Brunch.
Come for the jazz, NOT the overpriced very mediocre food.... This classy venue for great jazz unfortunately doesn't have the menu or food to match. My recent and first time visit to Spaghettini to celebrate my mom's birthday was one of disappointment. The bone-in rib eye steak I ordered ($38) was moderately flavorful and very tough to cut and chew. About 1/3 of my steak was inedible. My date's filet mignon ($38) was slightly better but rather plain and paltry. My father's mushroom penne ($24) was probably the best entree that evening, having a wonderfully savory creamy garlic sauce infused with fresh minced mushrooms. My mother's Spagehettini with meatballs ($24) was atrocious. The spaghetti was overcooked; the sauce was bland; and the meatballs were firm and chewy. The Caesar salad ($10) was so plain that I wondered if there was any dressing on it at all. The salad boasted Grana Pandano cheese but I didn't see any on my plate. Ironically, the highlight of my entree was my side dish of gorgonzola macaroni and cheese with broccoli. The mildly buttery cheese sauce was light and savory with hints of oven-crusted cheese. For dessert, the creme brulee topped with fresh fruit was a winner. The custard was very smooth and not too sweet - an item I would definitely order again. Being able to hear the live jazz from any place in the restaurant (including the restroom) was a plus. However, the sound system will tell you which instrument is closest to the microphone and the indoor acoustics could use some work. I wish "valet service" was optional, considering that the parking lot really isn't that big. The service was good and I enjoyed the interior decor. In summary, this restaurant seems to be caught in "no-man's land": it isn't sure if should be upscale restaurant or an amazing jazz venue/lounge. Its attempt to combine the two fail miserably and you may leave - as I did - wishing they would simply decide on one or the other.
Great atmosphere, good food!!!.
We had a great time at Spaghettini's. If you are into the entertainment, it pays to reserve your seating in the lounge ahead of time. Being able to have dinner while watching the show was an absolute plus! The food and drinks are a bit pricey, but worth it if you are looking for a nice night out. Great atmosphere, and the staff was exceptional with customer service!! We had an awesome server who had a large party to juggle, but never left us unattended.
I ordered the Salmon Picatta, and my husband had the Parmesan Crusted Sea Bass. Both were really good. The Cream Brulee from the dessert menu was terrific!! I highly recommend this spot. We had a great experience, and will definitely be back!
Excellent food and Great customer service!!!. Went to dinner for a first date and it was amazing. I had the Horseradish Crusted Halibut which was excellent. My date had the New Zealand Lamb Chops and said they were the best he had ever tasted. Our server was very helpful in helping my date choose a nice bottle of wine for us to enjoy, which with their extensive wine list it is easy to find something to compliment any meal. After dinner they had live music in their lounge area which we stayed and watched. It was a great night that I would definately recommend to my friends.
Editorial Review. Inviting atmosphere, an extensive wine list and gourment Italian delicacies make this locale the place to eat.
THE JAZZ BRUNCH ON SUNDAY'S IS GREAT, EXPENSIVE BUT WORTH IT. WEDNESDAY EVE. ENTERTAINMENT IS REALLY GOOD, AND SINCE THE REMODEL HAS MORE SEATING IN THE LOUNGE. FOOD IS ALWAYS GREAT!. THE WINE LIST IS EXTENSIVE IF YOU LIKE WINE. I ALWAYS TRY TO REQUEST A BOOTH IN THE LIBRARY, IT HAS A COZY FEELING AND A WARM FIREPLACE IN WINTER ALSO IT IS QUIETER SO CONVERSATION IS EASIER IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A ROMANTIC CONVERSATION. SHARE A DESSERT LIKE ONE OF THE COBLERS WITH ICE CREAM , ENOUGH FOR TWO PEOPLE IT IS DELICIOUS.
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