There’s something incredibly comforting and nostalgic (for many) about a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs or cheesy lasagna served atop a red checkered tablecloth. While there’s no shortage of contemporary California-Italian restaurants around town, red sauce Italian joints have a timelessness and charm that can’t easily be matched. Many have ample history throughout Southern California, with one that got its start almost 80 years ago. Here now are 18 old-school Italian restaurants in Los Angeles.
ADDED: Capo, Angelini Osteria, Little Dom’s, Catelini’s Salerno Beach
REMOVED: Little Dom’s Seafood, Il Saggio, San Antonio Winery’s Maddalena Restaurant, Cafe CorleoneRead More