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This was Celestino Drago's first cafe spinoff, and its original concept - carpaccio, salad, pasta and risotto (no meat-centered entrees) - remains sound. The window-walled room on the corner of Canon and Brighton fills with sun and Beverly Hills types; don't expect a lot of elbow room or romance, but the food is reliably delicious. Try the chewy garganelli with broccoli and sausage, and spelt spaghetti dressed simply in butter, ricotta and lemon zest. The remarkable black squid ink risotto looks like asphalt and tastes like heaven.
Tasty casual Italian in Beverly Hills. If you don't do gluten or you're on one of those "no white" kicks (you know - no white pasta, white rice, white bread, white sugar...), they serve delicious spelt pasta. Lots of good salad choices, too. Cozy interior and nice outdoor seating on a hopping corner in BH.
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