Firenze Osteria

Row 1

Details
4212 Lankershim Blvd (Valley Spring Ln.)
Los Angeles, CA 91602
(818) 760-7081
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Swimming in a pale green pesto sauce, the potato gnocchi are tender olive-sized ovals, dimpled with the thumb.
  • Best Italian in LA. Get the limoncello after dinner.
  • Whether youre here for a business lunch or dinner, theres nothing here that a client wont be impressed by as this is one of the finer Italian restaurants in Los Angeles.
  • The pork chop is delicious and the gnocchi is a must have!
  • We love Chef Ken!
  • Everything here is very fresh and flavorful. The gnocchi is truly amazing, but all the pasta is fresh. Attentive service, manageable room (not too loud). Great option for lunch or dinner in the area!
  • Fabio, the picture of Marilyn Monroe's lady garden in the mens bathroom is beyond the beyond awesome!
  • Wine tasting every Thursday 7-9. Only 10 bucks a person and there are free snacks.
  • Happy hour Monday - Thursday. $4 specialty cocktails.
  • Try the new lunch menu. Everything is 10 bucks or less and really delicious.
  • Here for DineLA
  • Try the calamari!
  • Check out Firenze Osteria as seen on Drinking Made Easy , Top Chef
  • I REALLY wanted to love fabios place but... The highlight was the duck confit appetizer. appetizers are good, drinks are great-entrees were heavy, rich and salty. The pasta was over worked and tough.
  • Beware the Chef's Table. While delicious is a large amount of food. We had to box a couple of servings.
  • Happy hour EVERY day. 4 dollar specialty martinis, wine and mixed drinks.
  • Baked Truffle Parmesan Polenta, Sauteed Wild Arugula, and Gorgonzola Fondue was flavorful.
  • Ordered the butternut squash raviolis they were incredible!
  • Osso Bucco -- very nice and satisfying.
  • Shrimp wrapped in prosciutto w/ creamy polenta & aged balsamic reduction; burrata salad, martini: amazing. Gnocchis, don't hold a candle to Marios that was on 3rd Street.