M. Georgina is the latest spot to open in the Row DTLA complex, and another very solid addition to what’s basically become Downtown Disney for chefs from other cities. The menu, created by the chef behind San Francisco’s Frances and Octavia, is a mix of things you can find in restaurants all over town (including the Row) - crudo, fresh vegetables, a few big plates of meat - but everything tastes great, so it’s hard to complain. The spicy baked clam diavolo and sourdough ice cream with cinnamon are early stand-outs, and even though the open, industrial space looks identical to every other restaurant in the Row, that’s not necessarily a bad thing, considering how comfortable a meal is here.
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