Felix

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Take-Out Tip of the Day: Pasta Kits To-Go from Felix

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • March 31, 2020

If you’re trying to satisfy your crisis carb cravings with overcooked Trader Joe’s spaghetti and jarred tomato sauce, Evan Funke is here to save you. ‪The Felix chef and pasta maestro is offering “pasta fresca kits for 2” for takeout or delivery via

ChowNow from his Venice restaurant. Kits come with the sauce, fresh noodles, cheese, and instructions to assemble dishes like rigatoni arrabiata and casarecce with pesto Genovese at home. View this post on Instagram A post shared by FELIX / FELIX ALL DAY

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L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

only. Dialogue: 1315 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, dialoguerestaurant.com; Pasjoli: 2732 Main St., Santa Monica, (424) 330-0020, pasjoli.com Felix Focaccia and pizzas from Evan Funke’s Venice trattoria reheat beautifully, and a lemony chicory

salad jolts the palate out of hibernation. Pasta, though, is the center of Funke’s universe; he recently published a book on mastering it at home. Rather than preparing hot pasta to-go at Felix, the restaurant sells kits of freshly extruded rigatoni

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Evan Funke will open Fingers Crossed pizzeria in Hollywood

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • August 26, 2020

Evan Funke, the chef behind Felix Italian restaurant in Venice, will open Fingers Crossed pizzeria in Hollywood on Saturday. The restaurant is located in an outdoor space adjacent to the Dream Hollywood hotel. Funke will run the restaurant with

Relevant Hospitality, the company behind the hotel, for a residency of at least six months. While the focus at Felix is on handmade pasta, the menu at Fingers Crossed will celebrate Roman-style round pizzas, made thin and topped with ingredients from local

Where to Go in L.A. to Get Your Cacio e Pepe Fix

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • January 24, 2020

Melrose Ave., Hancock Park. Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe at Felix View this post on Instagram A post shared by FELIX / FELIX ALL DAY TAKEAWAY (@felixlosangeles) on Oct 24, 2019 at 3:52pm PDT Chef Evan Funke’s take is informed by his having eaten the dish all

At Venice Beach's new pasta palace Felix, Jonathan Gold admires noodly views and Italian cooking

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 28, 2017

You have managed to land a reservation at Felix Trattoria. You find a parking space on the crowded north end of Abbot Kinney. You ease your way through the clot of Negroni enthusiasts at the bar, check in at the hostess stand, and are led into the

of pasta — unyielding, a bit stiff, stubbornly made by hand — has been quite influential in local Italian kitchens, including some of the best ones. A temperature-controlled room inside Felix Trattoria in Venice is where the restaurant’s pasta is

There's no "back to normal" for the restaurant industry

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 17, 2020

exquisite bentos from temples like n/naka and Hayato sell out the moment they’re posted online. Evan Funke, whose Felix in Venice was perpetually booked pre-pandemic, opened a six-month pop-up in Hollywood last month called Fingers Crossed; its popularity is

An ode to L.A.’s gay restaurants, where a community can find a home

Ben Mims • Los Angeles Times • May 29, 2019

dozen folks I know here before we walk around the corner to go drink at Akbar.” And in West Hollywood, there are staples like Cafe d’Etoile, Saint Felix and even the Abbey, more famous as a raucous bar but one that’s also a community center for its

Felix Is Doggie-Bag Heaven

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 23, 2010

Felix Continental Cafe got a face-lift: They removed the light bulbs that bordered the old street marquee for something a little more tasteful. But other than that, it’s business as usual. The decades-old Cuban restaurant looks like it always has—a

Times write-ups and crookedly hung frames of indeterminate scenery cover the walls that aren’t claimed by mirrors—a design relic restaurants born in the ’70s employ to make a room seem larger. Felix’s sidewalk tables, on the perimeter of the Orange

Why Caviar Is Coveted (and Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of It)

Jean Trinh • Los Angeles Magazine • October 22, 2019

Budweiser and sitting out on the porch.” Passmore—whose clientele includes top chefs around the country including French Laundry’s Thomas Keller, and local chefs like Felix’s Evan Funke and Taco María’s Carlos Salgado—likes to think of caviar as a condiment

L.A.’s dining timeline has gone through some major cultural ripples

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2020

Scattergood), “Where would cooks and chefs want to hang out on their day off?” It’s a banner year for Italian comfort food: Evan Funke’s Felix in Venice and Steve Samson’s Rossoblu in DTLA offer two different but wholly compelling deep dives on pasta; Daniele