Take a piece of the Spaghetti Warehouse home with you

The historic Ybor Square dining spot is being auctioned online through Tuesday.

This Angel disguised as a knight is one of the many Spaghetti Warehouse items up for bid. - RestaurantEquipment.Bid
RestaurantEquipment.Bid
This Angel disguised as a knight is one of the many Spaghetti Warehouse items up for bid.

Diners mourning the loss of Ybor Square's Spaghetti Warehouse can now make the restaurant a part of their home.

The longtime dining spot, which closed its doors in Ybor City for good earlier this month, and its many nifty décor pieces have been put up for auction online.

The online auction features a number of stained glass fixtures. - RestaurantEquipment.Bid
RestaurantEquipment.Bid
The online auction features a number of stained glass fixtures.
Conducted through RestaurantEquipment.Bid (a marketplace for used and overstocked restaurant and food service equipment), the auction will run through Tuesday, offering bidders everything from artwork to refrigeration to seating. The starting bid for Spaghetti Warehouse's 317 items is $1.

"This is a unique opportunity to take a piece of the Spaghetti Warehouse home, whether it is the antique furniture, back of the house equipment, or the distinctive décor pieces," said RestaurantEquipment.Bid President Neal Sherman in a statement.

Antique wall hangings and furniture, an angel disguised as a knight, a working traffic light and several stained glass pieces are included on the auction lineup.

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