One of L.A.'s best Italian restaurants comes to Pacific Palisades

Gino Angelini and Tancredi Deluca are opening Angelini Ristorante & Bar at the Palisades Village in Pacific Palisades.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • August 11, 2021
“Maybe I’m crazy,” says Gino Angelini on a recent phone call. The 68-year-old chef-owner of the lauded Angelini Osteria on Beverly Boulevard is preparing to open an Italian restaurant in the Palisades Village this winter. “I started working in the...
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