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Little Dom's

2128 Hillhurst Ave. (Avocado St.) Send to Phone
323-661-0055 | Menu
Italian cuisine adds to the vibrant Los Feliz dining scene.

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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
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Little Dom's Restaurant Review

: West Hollywood's Dominick's has shuttered, but sister restaurant Little Dom's remains a part of the vibrant Los Feliz dining scene. The intimate two-room restaurant is charming and nostalgic, with stained glass windows, cozy red leather booths, a long bar crafted from restored wood and vintage light fixtures. Consistent with the Old Brooklyn look, the menu showcases classic dishes like Italian wedding soup, wood-oven-baked ricotta and mushrooms with crostini, and spaghetti and meatballs. But don't pass on billiard ball-size rice balls oozing cheese, or a pretty roasted beet salad with burrata. For entrées, consider wood oven-roasted pork belly, or pleasantly salty whitefish piccata, generously strewn with plump capers, before finishing with a traditional torta della nonna. The wine list is a bit pricey for a place modeled after a neighborhood hangout, but a selection of half-bottles eases the pain. Little Dom's also offers morning fare. Neighborhood regulars tend to show up for items like ricotta-blueberry pancakes, Nutella panini and smoked salmon pizzas with onions and capers. Locals crowd in for the bargain $15, three-course Monday night suppers, too.
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