Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse to close after 10 months

If you visit before they close, get the Spaghetti & Ribeye or the Chicken Marsala

Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse announced its last day of business will be Saturday, July 28.

The restaurant at 1535 N. Stone Ave. posted the following on their Facebook page Friday morning:

Classic opened in September 2017 with proprietor Kade Mislinski and co-owners David Musso and Joey Medina. The interior prominently featured paintings of Spaghetti Western icons such as Clint Eastwood from local artist Danny Martin.

The “classic neighborhood Italian” menu features steaks, shrimp scampi, saltimbocca, seasonal risotto, veggie lasagna, pasta, and more.

If you visit while they are still open, here are our recommendations:

Chicken Marsala at Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Chicken Marsala at Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse Favorites

  • Spaghetti & Ribeye – bone-in rib eye steak, spaghetti marinara, two meatballs
  • Chicken Marsala – pan-seared chicken breast, mushroom & Marsala pan sauce, house-made fettuccine alfredo
  • Classic Bruschetta – Roma tomato, fresh basil, red onion, balsamic reduction

Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse is located at 1535 N. Stone Ave. Keep up with Classic Spaghetti Western Steakhouse on Facebook.

Jackie is a food writer and photographer native to Tucson. He loves corgis and still thinks rickrolling is funny. If you'd like to stalk him, visit and his Instagram @jackie_tran_.