L.A.'s best pasta maker is opening a multi-level restaurant in Beverly Hills

Slated to open in the spring, Funke will feature three stories, a rooftop bar and a private dining room.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
Food & Drink Editor, Time Out Los Angeles
Mother Wolf pasta
Photograph: Courtesy Eric Wolfinger

Details are scant, but one thing is for sure: Evan Funke, the chef behind Venice's Felix Trattoria and Mother Wolf in Hollywood, is opening a new eponymously named three-story restaurant next spring. Located at 9388 South Santa Monica Blvd, the new culinary concept will not be regionally specific (as with Mother Wolf's menu of regional Roman cuisine), but instead purportedly will be a "paean to regional Italian traditions."

For now, the Beverly Hills restaurant space is is still a work in progress. Construction will be led by Intension Design, a design-forward construction company, with local architect Dan Brunn (who also designed Melrose Avenue's Coffee for Sasquatch) and interior designer Clint Nicholas also on the project.

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