Brothers Meatballs Is Redefining Italian Comfort Food in Hollywood

The totally plant-based concept is serving “mama’s taste” without the meat
Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • March 17, 2021
What does “meat” even mean anyway? Must protein come from animals, or can it be engineered from plants in a lab? Sardinia-born brothers Mauro and Sergio Corbia, who cofounded Mauro’s Cafe at Fred Segal on Melrose and co-own Fabiolus Cucina in...
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