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The New York Times files an informal review of LA's new Rao's restaurant, deeming it both popular and pricey like the East Harlem original: "Since its opening in September, Rao's has become the biggest test yet of just how interchangeable restaurants are between Los Angeles and New York ...Still, the early signs seem promising. Rao's was bustling during my two visits there, with shoulder-to-shoulder tables … The food is as brassy as what I remember from New York ... All of this comes at prices that might draw a double take from even the flushest of mob bosses." [NYT]

Rao's

1006 Seward Street, , CA 90038 (323) 962-7267 Visit Website

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