Nancy Silverton, whose La Brea Bakery changed the game for artisanal bread in America, teams up here with New York-based Italian-food moguls Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in this lively urban restaurant, complete with a mozzarella bar, unusual pasta (calf’s brain ravioli, spaghetti with marinated white anchovies), and main dishes ranging from sea trout with lentils to sweetbreads piccata. In 2012, executive chef Matt Molina won the James Beard Award for Best Chef in the Pacific. — Allison Beck
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Don't miss the bufala mozzarella draped with spectacular anchovy with Meyer lemon and an herb salad. Nancy Silverton makes a great a caprese with bufala, cherry tomatoes and basil.
Start with the mozzarella bar. Try the Burrata with Bacon and Stracchino. Smoked perfection.
heaven on earth. The pizzas, the cheese, amazing!
Osteria Mozza, a sleek, bustling restaurant in the same building as Pizzeria Mozza, is pretty extraordinary now, but what is even more exciting is the restaurant it will evolve into in several years!
Many people don't even know that a private room exists off the restaurant's pizzeria doorway. It shares a wall with the main restaurant's dining room. Ask do a complete tasting of mozzarella dishes.
The dining room is dark woods, rich leathers and ornate detailing. The Mozzarella Bar buzzes with a younger foodie crowd who is happy to skip the sceney dining room for stool-top access to divine eats
Bring your dad to pay for the bill :) Grilled octopus was amazing.
Prepare for your Roman Feast! You’ll need to confess to the Pope himself after the sinful delights of this restaurant.
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Mario Batali teams up with master baker, Nancy Silverton, to create unforgettable Italian dishes at Osteria Mozza.
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Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich meld their prodigious talents to bring Pizzeria Mozza and Osteria Mozza to the heart of Los Angeles.
Nancy Silverton & Mario Batali know how to make a good panini. -Kathy Griffin, Life On The D-List
If you're lactose intolerant, fuhgeddaboutit! Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali's high-end eatery serves over 15 kinds of mozzarella. Want casual? Check out the pizzeria next door, open 'til midnight.
Despite more refined food than its pizzeria sister-restaurant, this venue is more boisterous -loud guests & louder music- classic Mario Batali. Try the mozzarella tasting plate at the mozzarella bar!
Easily my favorite restaurant in LA
Burrata and Speck, Grilled Octopus
Try the octopus; I normally don't like octopus due to the texture, but theirs is so soft and lemony.
It's all about the artichoke buricotta
walk in and sit at the counter