Review: Bacetti in Echo Park stands apart with a gorgeous room and a Roman lilt

Five years in the making, Echo Park's beautiful Bacetti Trattoria is an instant neighborhood hit.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 11, 2022
In the upper righthand corner of the menu at Bacetti, floating just above descriptions of seasonal salads and the focaccia with olives and currants seen on nearly every table, take note of the centuries-old saying: “Rome wasn’t built in a day.”...
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