Vincenti Ristorante

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Details
11930 San Vicente Blvd (at Montana Ave)
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 207-0127
Italian
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri: Noon–2:00 PM

Maureen Vincenti’s Brentwood eatery is an old-fashioned Italian classic. This mature (in all the best possible ways) dining room is hitting all the right notes: Accented servers work with flawless proficiency, Maureen herself works the room like a pro, the pleasant light wood and elegant ambiance is relaxing but neither uptight nor sleep-inducing, and through the glass partition is the reassuring sight of chef Nicola Mastronardi, who’s turning out nothing but stellar food. The menu is comforting and classic, with pastas including house-made tortelli filled with osso bucco and risotto with artichokes, shrimp, and veal sweetbreads; wood-burning-oven entrées include their legendary whole roasted dover sole, sliced New York steak with herb raviolo, and house-made pork sausage with Brussels sprouts and roasted potatoes; and on Monday their thin-crust pizzas are some of the best around. 

Foursquare Tips

  • Vincenti feels like the spiritual center of fine Italian cooking in Los Angeles. Try the porchetta - The best in California! Also, on Monday nights, pizza comes out of those big wood-burning ovens!
  • Liquor.com's first L.A. Spirited Supper is being held October 19th at Vincenti, where Chef Nicola Mastronardi has crafted an A. List four-course menu. Additional details at the link below.
  • Come to sample Vincenti and others at this years Gold Standard on 3/6/11! http://bit.ly/iaPthT
  • The chef, Nicola Mastronardi, is a master of the big, hardwood-burning ovens, of roast porchetta and cuttlefish salad, of the flavors of salt, clean ocean and smoke.
  • Great Grappa selection!
  • Good but expensive. Go on Mondays for pizza night
  • Full disclosure, I work here. We are a little expensive but everything is handmade. Even peas are hand picked out of the pods. Whole fish is fileted by the chef. A lot of labor goes into our food.
  • Best High-End Italian Restaurant, August 2011 - Chef Nicola Mastronardi's cooking embraces tradition and local markets while never losing sight of the basics of great Italian food.
  • Phenomenal food. Phenomenal. The gnocchi with lobster is divine. Corn soup- sublime
  • Great service... amazing quality in ingredients. Michael Simpson offered a great service.
  • The best produce.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • Go on Mondays for pizza night
  • Featured in Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants by the Los Angeles Times, enjoy an exclusive three-course dinner for two at Vincenti Ristorante for $99. Purchase by 8/25/16.
  • Vincenti was born from the late Mauro Vincenti's Rex, the restaurant that did more than any other to introduce Los Angeles to sophisticated Italian cuisine.
  • Extraordinary cuisine delivered in an extraordinary fashion. An environment of giving and friendship.
  • it sounds yummy well I'll be there when ever I can leslieb
  • Bucatini - O! M! G! and Mille Foglie - heavenly :)
  • The lamb sausages are delicious