Vancouver’s Nick’s Spaghetti House Closing After 62 Years


VANCOUVER — Nick’s Spaghetti House — one of Vancouver’s longest-serving Italian restaurants — is closing its doors after 62 years, reports Global News.

Nick’s Spaghetti House opened its doors in 1955 and, over the years, became an East-Vancouver institution. The restaurant will serve its last plate of spaghetti and meatballs on Dec. 21 in a dining room that has not changed much since it first opened.

According to the Vancouver Sun, owner Nick Felicella says he’s closing the restaurant as his descendants have shown no interest in taking over the business.

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