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  1. Funke tabletop
    Photograph: Courtesy Eric Wolfinger
  2. Funke exterior night
    Photograph: Courtesy Eric Wolfinger
  3. Funke dining room
    Photograph: Courtesy Wonho Frank LeeFunke

Time Out says

From the glass-encased pasta workshop to the priceless works of art on the walls, Evan Funke’s newest eponymous multi-level restaurant has spared no expense for the glitzy-borderline-gaudy 90210 crowd. We’d extend this characterization to the menu itself, which introduces a brand-new section of hand-rolled pastas (“fatta a mano”), each named in part for the women who taught the chef how to roll these intricate, regionally specific pasta shapes. The prices here are sky-high, but Funke manages to deliver a show-stopping Italian meal in a similar vein to Felix and Mother Wolf, albeit in much, much fancier digs. While there isn’t a bad dish on the menu, we’d recommend skipping the $50 agnolotti. If you can’t snag a reservation—which are released seven days in advance—you can always try your luck upstairs at Bar Funke, the glittering pink marble bar that only takes walk-ins (but doesn’t serve pasta).

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo


9388 S Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills
Opening hours:
Mon–Thu 5–10pm; Fri, Sat 5–10:30pm
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