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4 based on 278 reviews
Doentown and very convenient. The surroundings are very comportable and the pasta and salads very good. Service is poor and not attentive. It took two requests and quite a few minutes to get a bill even though it was apparent that we were finished when one guest left.
For Pizza in the Bell gardens district this is the place to go. Drove there and it has a convenient car park in front. Ordered once were we there 2 large pizza. We were greeted by a genuinely cheery girl. Pizza took 15/20 mins to be ready, but you can sit inside or outside and wait. While waiting we were brought some freshly made cookies that were absolutely delisious. Pizzas arrived and they were huge. Actually we could have ordered just one and done a create your own with half and half toppings and shared 1 pizza. But the pizza was freshly made with great ingredients. One of (if not the) best pizza I've ever had. Would highly recommend.
Wow , this place just keeps getting better , we ordered the Carne en su Juego a weekend only specialty and it was delicious, the broth and meat and beans were seasoned just right and the fresh home made corn tortillas were excellent as well , I will be headed here again very soon it is always excellent .
4 based on 88 reviews
The inspiration behind BRERA Ristorante comes from classic recipes of cucina povera, the countryside along the River Po' Valley in Northern Italy where both Chef Angelo Auriana and Matteo Ferdinandi grew up. Enjoy pastas, risottos, steaks and more from th
We had a very good dinner at Officine Brera. The restaurant is large and you have a lot of space around you. The service was professional and courteous. As main course I had grilled eels, probably not everyone favorite, but absolutely delicious! We drank a red wine from Oltrepo Pavese: Bottarda, one of my favorites very hard to find in Los Angeles!
4 based on 305 reviews
We were in Los Angeles on a business trip and stopped by this restaurant for some Italian food. The food was excellent and the service was great. The calamari appetizer was amazing. The spaghetti and meatballs special was excellent. The linguine with Fruti de Mari was also excellent. There was a good selection of wines, and the markup on the wines was very reasonable. This is a good selection for a great Italian meal.
4 based on 249 reviews
The Factory Kitchen serves traditional Italian fare including delicate house-made pastas, fresh seafood and focaccinas in the heart of the thriving Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles. Established in 2013. This trattoria-style restaurant is the product
Food was delicious, excellent pastas which reminded me of a summer on the Amalfi Coast. The mandilli di seta was one of the most delicate, flavorful dishes we have eaten, like silk in your mouth. The pappardelle was delicious, light with just the correct amount of meat. Many times pappardelle can be heavy and rich, this dish was just right, great pasta, light sauce, truly delicious. The casonzei was flavorful and tasty. Pastas are clearly handmade to order. Down side is the place is extremely noisy for someone - like me - with a hearing disorder. I wish they had seating which dampened the noisy which for someone with a VA hearing disability made it difficult to hear. Wine list was very good and complimented the menu, reasonably priced all things considered. I would highly recommend the food and the service with the caveat that it is very noisy and difficult to hear conversations. Food was very reasonably priced as was the wine.
4 based on 591 reviews
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Late night dinner. Looking for an open place good with kids, open at 11pm, and serving drinks. The only search criteria we put in Google Maps was Arts district and this came up. And an excellent recommendation at that.We had the calamari and the Cherries & Tomatoes for starters and the Burrata pizza and the fagilioni pasta for mains. All 4 exceptional with each dish cooked with care. Even the tomatoes in the starters were like perfectly picked.For wine had 2 glasses of the Valfaccenda Roero red from Piemonte. By the glass. Exceptional..looking to buy a bottle.Exceptional place. Exceptional service. Heather was great.Recommended. Highly.
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