The best L.A. Italian food from The Times' 101: 2020 edition

Take comfort in this guide to Italian restaurants from The Times' 101 list.
Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 6, 2021
[It’s here: The Los Angeles Times’ 101 restaurants, dishes, people and ideas that define how we eat in 2020.] In good times and in bad, Italian food is there for you. Take comfort in this guide to Italian restaurants from The Times’ 101 list,...
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