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How Antico Makes Its Must-Try Strawberry Ice Cream

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • June 24, 2020

These days the scoop everyone is screaming for is the strawberry ice cream at Antico. Since it opened last summer the east Larchmont Village trattoria has garnered acclaim for both its pastas and its ice creams, which have drawn food-world

glitterati like Grant Achatz and Ruth Reichl to its rustic dining room. When restaurants had to cease dine-in operations in mid-March amid the pandemic, Antico pivoted dramatically, transforming into a focaccia pizzeria and ice cream joint that’s proved quite

3 New Restaurants You Have to Try in September

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 30, 2019

and dessert program at the Mina Group. But mains, like a Jidori chicken with a salad inspired by San Francisco’s Zuni ($70, meant to be shared), also impress. 712 S. Santa Fe Ave., Arts District. Antico View this post on Instagram A post shared by

Antico (@antico___la) on Jun 9, 2019 at 8:23pm PDT Chi Spacca alum Chad Colby strikes out on his own with a rustic Italian spot in a strip mall. Start with the antipasti ($9 a person) featuring focaccia and cured meats made in-house, carb up on Colby’s

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Take-Out Tip of the Day: Antico Is Selling Its Incredible Ice Cream by the Pint

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • March 20, 2020

Take comfort. Some of the city’s best ice cream is now available to take out. Chef Chad Colby has converted his Larchmont Italian restaurant Antico into a take-out focacceria and ice cream shop, taking phone orders Monday through Saturday. ‪Antico

Kevin Caravelli. Focaccia pizzas feed four to six and are $40, but whatever you do don’t skip dessert. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Antico (@antico___la) on Mar 19, 2020 at 1:05pm PDT ‪Made with high-quality ingredients and spun fresh

Pizza, pasta and more L.A. Italian takeout for quarantine

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 13, 2020

braised veal shank in a Parmigiano-Reggiano sauce. During lunchtime, crunch into a meatball panino. Pickup or delivery. 7313 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 297-0070, angelinirestaurantgroup.com Antico Antico’s pivot strategy boils down to four happy

onions. The pizzas can easily feed a small family, though cheese and pepperoni also are available as square slices, which makes an ideal midday snack for one. In a review last year, Lucas Kwan Peterson singled out Antico’s intense, improbably smooth ice

5 Annoying Things About Dining Out in L.A.

Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • January 2, 2020

Despite all the glorious aspects of dining out in L.A. and the great new spots (for instance, the Best New Restaurants in L.A.), we have some grievances. Here are five. Tiny Waiting Areas Antico is a good restaurant. What’s not good is drinking wine

Coronavirus in L.A.: Bars close, restaurants go take-out only

Suhauna Hussain, Andrea Chang, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 16, 2020

deals with app-based delivery companies such as Grubhub Inc., DoorDash Inc. and Postmates Inc. But quickly shifting to a delivery-only business model isn’t easy — nor is it necessarily profitable. × Chad Colby, chef at Italian restaurant Antico on

The best bars and restaurants for drinking wine in L.A.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 6, 2020

All Time co-owner Ashley Wells hand-writes the frequently changing wine list . (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Antico The pearl of Kevin Caravelli’s versatile list is the “Vino Antico” section, a collection of 50 or so wines bottled in the 1970s

wrapped themselves around dishes like Chad Colby’s fazzoletti with beef cheek and veal tongue Bolognese. 4653 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 510-3093, antico-la.com Auburn Sommelier Rick Arline once worked in radio; the soothing rumble of his voice in

Newsletter: Los Angeles is a fantastic pastry town. Here are four places our critic loves.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 31, 2019

Antico restaurant on Friday, June 7, 2019. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) (Los Angeles Times) Following the sweets theme this week, Amy Scattergood writes about pastry chefs holding bake sales as community action: “Michelle Obama meets Antonin Carême

.” Guest critic Lucas Kwan Peterson loves the strawberry ice cream (and the pastas) at Larchmont’s Antico. Genevieve Ko has a recipe for Armenian shortbread cookies with cardamom and — cool ingredient alert — mahleb from Sqirl pastry chef Sasha Piligian

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