delivers Northern Italian fare, serving a fantastic selection of fire-cooked meat and fish from its flat-iron grill, wood-fired oven and rotisserie. The industrial-chic eatery — housed in a former warehouse with reclaimed wood floors and steel light fixtures — features a spectacular glass-walled kitchen and expansive patio. Creative cocktails, wine and beer are available.
“Auriana says he was inspired by the interaction between the artists and chefs in Milan during the '70s and '80s,” reports the LA Times. Auriana continued, “Some of the artists, because they didn't get famous yet, didn't have so much money. So restaurants would take a few pieces of art in exchange for food. I love the idea of chefs and artists eating at the same table."
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