There with a group and they stuck us outside on a VERY cold LA night, out in a drafty breezeway between two buildings with just two widely spaced radiant heaters to moderate the chill.
There seems to be a normal menu and a group menu. If you possibly can, see if you can order from the group menu. The other is a pretty prosaic offering of mostly pizzas. But the secret menu held some treasures like their salmon on an excellent bedding of polenta. Creamy and garlicky.
Rather limited wine list. Snarky pushback comments from the server when asked why there were no cabs on the happy hour list. Other servers had no clue what dishes contained.
So, all in all, a mixed bag.
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