Visit the historic Ainsworth & Dunn Warehouse, recipient of Historic Seattle’s 2019 Preserving Neighborhood Character Award and probably better known to Seattleites as the Old Spaghetti Factory. Originally constructed in 1902 for the Seattle salmon packing firm Ainsworth & Dunn, the warehouse operated alongside the Ainsworth & Dunn pier (now Pier 70) across the street.
The warehouse served many tenants over the decades until architect Roland Terry adapted the building in 1970 for the Old Spaghetti Factory, with Terry moving his own office into the second floor. The restaurant closed in 2016 and the building was recently reactivated to accommodate the co-working company Spaces.
Cost: $30 Members / $35 General Public
Photo: The Ainsworth & Dunn Warehouse, courtesy of Lara Swimmer.