Adoteca

Although the lights went out in Osteria Latini, Chef Antonio Mure’ and veteran restaurateur Paolo Cesaro resurrected the space to encompass their vision of Italy with Adoteca, which follows in the jaunty footsteps of After Ado in Venice, and Casa Ado, in Marina del Rey. The cheerful dining room and patio, dressed in sunny yellow […]

Adoteca
March 20, 2014

adoteca

Although the lights went out in Osteria Latini, Chef Antonio Mure’ and veteran restaurateur Paolo Cesaro resurrected the space to encompass their vision of Italy with Adoteca, which follows in the jaunty footsteps of After Ado in Venice, and Casa Ado, in Marina del Rey. The cheerful dining room and patio, dressed in sunny yellow hues and warm woods, echoes the dolce vita of an afternoon in a Tuscany café. The chef draws upon his own life experience, including a Parma childhood and summers in Sicily watching his mother and aunts prepare immense weekend family meals. The lunchtime $28 tasting menu is a highlight and features seasonal dishes incorporating seafood, local produce, and fine meats and cheeses.

310/826.9222
adotecabrentwood.com

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