Things Are Getting Saucy at This Over-the-Rhine Bar's Weekly Spaghetti Nights

Lost & Found will host a wine-, pasta- and music-filled pop-up experience every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to sellout.

click to enlarge The main bar at Lost & Found - Photo: Provided by Lost & Found
Photo: Provided by Lost & Found
The main bar at Lost & Found
Over-the-Rhine bar Lost & Found is bringing back its one-of-a-kind “pasta experience” to feed not only your body, but your soul during the long work week.

Starting the first week of October, Lost & Found will host the wine-, pasta- and music-filled pop-up experience every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to sellout. The series started in 2022 as a way to drive traffic on an otherwise slower night, said owners Steven Clement and Camilo Otalora. But it quickly became much more.

“As the weeks went on we saw Spaghetti Night become a part of people’s weekly routine,” Clement said in a press release. “It became about more than just pasta and wine, it gave people something to look forward to a Wednesday night and filled the space with warmth and community.”

The spaghetti is made from scratch and paired with a house-made red sauce or bolognese. They will also have vegetarian and gluten-free options, and you can choose spaghetti squash instead of pasta. In addition to the pasta, Lost & Found will also have wine specials and an ambiance that gets more festive as the night goes on, all with a soundtrack of music spun by rotating local DJs.

The food menu for Spaghetti Night includes:
  • Bread Service: for one $3/ for two $5/ for four $8
  • Warm Olives and Cheese: $10
  • Conservas de Campbados (fancy tinned seafood): $17
  • Caesar Salad: veg $9/ chicken $15/ sardines $15
  • Spaghetti Squash: veg $9/ bolognese $13
  • Spaghetti from Scratch: veg $10/ bolognese $14
  • Dessert: Budino $6
Lost & Found, 22 E. 14th St., Over-the-Rhine. More info:
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