While Lupetti Pizzeria and In Sheep’s Clothing are sadly no longer with us, former pop-up De La Nonna’s new brick-and-mortar serves as a new beginning for the gorgeous Arts District dining room and expansive, string-lit patio space. A pandemic-era pizza project by veterans of Tartine, Felix and Chicago’s Boka Group, De La Nonna offers natural wine, raw seafood and personal-sized focaccia pies that are seasonal, delicious and—most importantly—relatively affordable. Founded at a time when everyone needed a seat at an outdoor table, the restaurant holds most of its space for community walk-ins, though it also accepts limited reservations.
De La Nonna
- Downtown Arts District
- price 2 of 4
Time Out says
Delicious focaccia pizzas, natural wine and cocktails from a longtime L.A. pop-up gone brick-and-mortar in the Arts District.
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