3 Notable L.A. Restaurants to Try in March

Rotisserie chicken in Los Feliz, Mediterranean in WeHo, and more
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From a massive Mediterranean spot in WeHo to a take-out chicken joint in Los Feliz, here are some restaurants you have to try this month.


Olivetta

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The massive new Mediterranean restaurant features four different eating areas and 150 seats. The menu from chef Michael Fiorelli, formerly of Manhattan Beach’s popular Italian joint Love & Salt, is equally sprawling. There’s a raw bar, charcuterie, and small plates and numerous pastas, large steaks, and lobsters for two. 9010 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood. 


Kismet Rotisserie

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Popular Middle Eastern restaurant Kismet has expanded with a mostly take-out chicken joint up the block. The bird is great, but it is the veggie sides and creative spreads—like a fennel tzatziki and shredded carrots with orange and coriander—that steal the show. 4666 Hollywood Blvd., Los Feliz. 


Fat & Flour

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Following the closing of Fiona in late 2019 after less than a year in operation, city treasure Nicole Rucker returns. Her new pie shop in Grand Central Market features the baked goods she’s known for, like an amazing key lime pie with a salted graham cracker crust and a chocolate chess number with a cookie exterior. Grand Central Market, 317 S. Broadway, downtown. 


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