From a new small-plate spot from Antico chef Chad Colby to more NYC-style pizza, here are some new restaurants to check out this month.
if Antico’s pizza became a regular pandemic pick-me-up for you, head to chef Chad Colby’s stylish new spot. Nibble on small plates inspired by Puglia, then feast on house-made pastas. 8422 W. 3rd St., Beverly Grove.
The latest New York-style pizza joint to invade Los Angeles boasts a promising pedigree. Chef Daniel Holzman got his start at Eric Ripert’s Le Bernardin then went on to launch the phenomenally popular NYC chainlet the Meatball Shop. 330 S. Hope St., downtown.
This high-end Korean barbecue spot, an offshoot of a beloved Seoul institution, is an exciting addition to the L.A.’s grilled meat offerings. Servers cook Certified Angus Beef Prime tableside with precision. After you’ve had your meaty fill, try the signature fried ride. 4001 W. 6th St., Koreatown.
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