Review: All'Acqua has bright Italian flavors

Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold reviews Don Dickman's Italian restaurant All'Acqua in Atwater Village.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 13, 2015
All’Acqua is a buzzy place on a weekend night, cars spilling out of the parking lot, crowds milling, the soaring, open-kitchen restaurant, once the local branch of Acapulco, suffused with a happy roar. On cool nights, you can smell garlic,...
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