The owners of Al Mare are pushing a new proposal to combine dining and coastal views.
Baked clams? Check. Whole-wheat pasta? Check.
Vic Casanova's tiny new restaurant is a stand-out among the recent flood of Italians.
Chef Gianfranco Minuz will cook four dishes with bison as part of his "Morso del Bestia" series.
Sascha Lyon's focus is on straight-forward servings of authentic Italian, plus one signature bacon burger.
Celestino Drago's more casual offshoot is now serving on The Sunset Strip.
The Italian now offers dessert and a nightcap in one single scoop.
The outside patio has a swimming pool feel, while the inside takes its odes to Venice culture tastefully.
Noting that Alain Giruad is one of the few L.A. chefs capable of commanding a giant kitchen, J. Gold feels "it's hard not to expect more."
Probably not in a neighborhood selling live octopus and sea cucumber skeet.
The chef's appointment marks promising news for anyone who misses Drago's eponymous flagship.
Menus fall under the expertise of Delphine chef and Balthazar veteran Sascha Lyon.
Tuscan and Roman fare, and vino.
The look will incorporate ponchos sold at the beach and pool tiles to symbolize Venice's diverse population.
Jason Neroni shows off his super-charged new Italian concept.
Square pies and Italian classics for lunch, dinner, and late-night.
Time to welcome a new Neapolitan pizza to the Upper West: Fratelli la Bufala bowed a few days back on Broadway. A trio of brother pizzaiolos (the "fratelli" part) already have restaurants in Tokyo, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, and elsewhere, so...
Garrett Mukogawa is resuscitating dishes from Drago's shuttered flagship on his new menu.
The former Culina chef realizes his dreams with beef heart tartare and veal sweetbread milanese.
The two-day Italian pop-up welcomes the public for unlimited tastings over five hours on Tuesday.