Pizzeria Mozza begins serving brunch

Do Italians eat brunch? Not really.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • February 18, 2016
Do Italians eat brunch? Not really. Their dedication to a simple breakfast of coffee and toast or pastry could probably be sanctified as a state religion. But if you had a restaurant habit in the 1990s, you probably encountered the vaguely Italian...
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