Over a (Virtual) Pasta Dinner, Phil Rosenthal Talks Saving the Restaurant Industry, the Power of Good Food, and More

The host of Netflix’s ’Somebody Feed Phil’ orders takeout almost every meal—so we joined him via Zoom for dinner to go and a heart to heart
Tim Greiving • Los Angeles Magazine • October 26, 2020
Phil Rosenthal is like a cartoon everydad who was magically brought to life. His eyes bug out and his mouth spreads into a Cheshire Cat grin when he eats something he loves, and he punches his fists into the air in delight. When he dances...
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