Best Italian in Los Angeles
So I posted before about great italian in the southbay. I decided to broaden my horizon and expand my posting to all of LA County. I'm always down to drive if good food is the end result! So I'm looking for reccomendations to great authentic italian food in a laid back, preferably outdoor atmosphere.
Thanks in Advance,
Il Boccaccio at, of all places, the mall just off the pier in Hermosa Beach. Best lasagna I've ever had, but Joe does an amazing job with all his dishes. It's on the beach so you can dress as casual as you want. Service is uneven but the food is just superb. Not cheap, but excellent.
For me, Angelini is the only passable authentic Italian in LA, and there are some outdoor tables. Madeo's is OK. Neither one of them makes truly great Italian though, for that you have to go to Italy.
7313 Beverly Blvd
Has anyone been to Capo's in Santa Monica? I'd be eager to get a review (yes, I know it's VERY expensive) of that place. Bria
I second Angelini Osteria. Every meal I've had there has been memorable. For more everyday, homey Italian I vote La Buca.