Evan Funke will open Fingers Crossed pizzeria in Hollywood

Evank Funke is opening a pizzeria in Hollywood called Fingers Crossed.
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...
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