Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance is Saying Goodbye on April 27

Vince's Spaghetti of Torrance

Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance

Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance is one of South Bay’s favorite go-to spots for delicious Italian cuisine.

Their simple yet classic menu is centered on their famous spaghetti, ravioli, and lasagna that can be topped with Vince’s original meat sauce or Sicilian-Style tomato sauce. Complete dinners include choice of garlic or cheese bread, their homemade vegetable beef soup and green dinner salad. Their menu also has delicious desserts like cannoli, spumoni and cheesecake.

The Italian restaurant first opened in 1945 in Ontario, California. It opened its South Bay location at Hawthorne Blvd and Skypark Drive on April 23, 1973. Since then, South Bay folks have frequented this place for family dinners and celebrations.

After four decades of being one of Torrance’s most beloved restaurants, Vince’s Spaghetti is closing. It is with much sadness to hear that they are saying goodbye this April 27, 2014.

While this South Bay location is bidding farewell, the original Vince’s in Ontario will remain open. Before the Torrance location closes, customers continue to flock to the restaurant to get one last taste of the classic spaghetti with its savory sauce, the crispy and buttery bread and their sweet desserts.

Long after their door closes, the happy memories at Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance will remain in the hearts of many South Bay Foodies. Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance will be missed.

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Jenn is the blogger behind the food blog Hello Kitty Foodie. You can find her running around the South Bay carrying her Kate Spade “Eat Cake for Breakfast” bag in one hand and a hello kitty iPhone in the other for taking Instagram food photos. She loves all things cute like cupcakes and macarons!

2 Responses to “Vince’s Spaghetti of Torrance is Saying Goodbye on April 27”

  1. Why is it closing? What’s the real reason?
    If it is popular and beloved, then something’s up.

    What’s up?

  2. Thanks for your comment, Harlowe! I believe the restaurant became a victim of the recession. A quote from the management in the Daily Breeze states that “business was off by about 60 percent” since the 1980s.