Review: In Venice Beach, the place to eat is Dudley Market, and the dish to try is uni-topped black risotto

Jonathan Gold reviews Dudley Market, chef Jesse Barber's Venice Beach restaurant that serves Italian food and wine.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • March 11, 2016
If you were going to design a restaurant representing the new Venice Beach, the one where postmodern mansions crowd next to crumbling apartment blocks, and the narrow alleys sometimes resemble the streets near the Rialto, you might well come up...
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