Since opening in 2012, Gusto has been one of Beverly Grove’s best neighborhood Italian joints. Now, after a recent move to the old (and much bigger) Pistola space down the street, it’s even better. The place is packed, their new pizzas are solid, and all the old favorites (like bucatini carbonara) are as good as ever. Also, get involved with their cocktail situation. Date night in Beverly Grove just got easier.
Where To Go When You Can’t Get Into Jon & Vinny’s
Nine restaurants to go to when you can’t get into Jon & Vinny’s.
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189 by Dominque Ansel is the full-service restaurant in The Grove from the guy that invented the cronut.
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