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Antico Nuovo

(323) 510-3093

4653 Beverly Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90004

“What’s going on at Antico?” is a question we’ve asked ourselves many times over the past year. Located in a random, semi-deserted stretch between Larchmont and Koreatown, this rustic Italian restaurant has gone through many phases. At first it was perfectly fine, then it became a really good to-go spot, and now it’s officially one of our favorite places to eat in the entire city. It’s Antico 2.0, and they seem to have fixed a lot of the things that kept it from becoming truly stellar in the before-times: the room is now soundproofed, the décor feels cozy and reminds us of the set of a Hallmark movie, and there’s not a bad dish on the menu. The focaccia is still as thick as a mattress and drenched in olive oil, and the home-style agnolotti are pillows filled with pan drippings that are pinched around the edges. Oh, and if you don’t order at least one of the ice creams at the end, you’ll have to make a return visit, ASAP.

“What’s going on at Antico?” is a question we’ve asked ourselves many times over the past year. This rustic Italian spot in Beverly, located on that deserted stretch between Larchmont and Koreatown, has had many lives. At first, it was a perfectly fine restaurant, then a great to-go market selling focaccia and ice cream, and now, it’s become one of our favorite places to eat in the entire city. It’s Antico 2.0, and they’ve seemed to fix a lot of the things that kept it from becoming truly stellar in the before-times: the room is now soundproofed, the décor feels cozy and reminds us of the beginning of a European Hallmark movie, and there’s not a bad dish on the menu. The focaccia is still as thick as a mattress and drenched in olive oil, the home-style agnolotti are pillows filled with pan drippings that are pinched around the edges. Oh, and if you don’t order at least one of the ice creams at the end, you’ll have to make a return visit, ASAP.

- Kat Hong, Staff Writer

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