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Pumpkin Ravioli? Where's your favorite served up at?

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    1. re: Ciao Bob

      Angelini Osteria and Farfalla.

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      Angelini Osteria
      7313 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

      1. re: Ciao Bob

        Have you tried the pumpkin ravioli after the passing of the eponymous Baldi?

        1. re: kevin

          Yes. As good, perhaps better, than ever.
          Giorgio was a close friend of mine, I miss him every day. However, I do not miss his food because "his" food is better than ever at his restaurant as well as his son's place e. baldi. He was never the main chef – he was a good cook in his day, but he was neither the architect of the menu nor the pounder of the pasta -- that was always his wife Roberta and, later, his son Eduardo. They have introduced quite a few new dishes at GB's lately...particularly a truly amazing lobster salad.

      2. Fritto Misto in Santa Monica. Technically, what they have is butternut squash ravioli, but it's WONDERFUL! Make sure to have the Misto salad, too!

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        Fritto Misto
        601 Colorado Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

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        1. re: Michelly

          Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills

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          Il Pastaio Restaurant
          400 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

        2. I like the ravioli di zucca at Colori Kitchen

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          Colori Kitchen
          429 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

          1. Kabocha stuffed at Cube for the grown up, restrained version. Pumpkin ravioli at Allora Cucina for the addictive, sweet w/ walnut cream version. (I wouldn't recommend much else there, frankly.)

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            Cube
            615 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

            Allora Cucina Italiana
            8432 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048

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            1. re: neobite

              How is the version at Cube? That's served up, that it is grown-up that you speak of?

              thanks.

              1. re: kevin

                Simple, that's all - just served in a brown butter-sage sauce with a dry goat cheese grated lightly over the top. It's not super sweet, but the one at Allora is, and also has a ridiculously over the top walnut cream sauce on it.

            2. A dear friend swears by the offering at Il Moro.

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              Il Moro Restaurant
              11400 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064

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              1. re: cjla

                My 2 cents - I have never had anything at Il Moro worth going back for.

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                Il Moro Restaurant
                11400 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064