Terroni is one of those places that’s entirely mediocre, but somehow, you still kind of like it. Why? Because everyone at this neighborhood Italian joint in Beverly Grove is having a good time. The place is packed seven days a week, but despite that, the vibe never gets obnoxious. The pasta is fine, the pizza is a little better, and you’ve just ordered a second bottle of wine because you’re simply in a good mood. And that’s the name of the game at Terroni. Bonus: There’s a hidden room in the back for private dining.
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