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Little Dom's, is the kind of battered, intimate restaurant that seems like a relic from the midcentury, when this stretch of Los Feliz was still more or less an Italian area, but it was created out of whole cloth by the Dominick's team of Warner Ebbink and chef Brandon Boudet, which means that the meatball sub is on the menu because they like it, not because of any preferences of guys who have been coming here since 1953. Every time I go to the restaurant I run into something a regular would have known, like the fact that the brunch frittatas are tough and overdone but the poached eggs with fennel-pollen Hollandaise are luscious, or that you are always better off getting the pappardelle with sausage and still more fennel pollen than something fancier, like pan-fried gnocchi with an over-reduced mushroom cream.
The East Side–dwelling younger brother to former Rat Pack hangout Dominick's in West Hollywood, Little Dom's has managed to make a name for itself beyond its sibling association. Located on a sloping corner of Hillhurst, Little Dom's sees a... More »
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Casual and delicious Italian food with a great energy. The Italian Wedding Soup as well as the Fried Artichoke and Shrimp appetizers are so simple yet wonderful. They have a wonderful promotion every Monday night that is the best deal in town. You get a set meal consisting of appetizer, entree and dessert for just $15. Also, there house red and white is only $10 for the bottle (with a wonderful label designed by artist Gary Baseman). Even though the meal is enough food, I can never help but add on an extra appetizer! The outside seating is on the street and they have heaters but I suggest requesting an inside table as it fell more fun even though it is can get a little noisy.
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