Scopa Italian Roots

Row 1

Details
2905 Washington Blvd (at Abbot Kinney Blvd)
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(310) 821-1100
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sat–Sun: 11:30 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Good food!!! Ricotta is delicious
  • Try the fried cauliflower, calamari , raw Brussels sprouts salad
  • House made pastas and a great atmosphere make this the best Italian restaurant on the westside
  • Most expensive cocktail menu in LA?
  • Antonia Lofasa's hit Venice restaurant has a tight menu of fresh pastas, including the pappardelle with pork shank and arugula, that goes well with the house Negroni, prepared by barman Pablo Moix.
  • Malcolm Gladwell sighting
  • Great food and service!!! Try the ricotta crostini!!!
  • Great vibes. Amazing drinks selection. Excellent service
  • Calamari, Fried Cauliflower, Zeppoly, Affrogato... to name a few. And the drinks too!
  • The food here is amazing! The pork chop is one of the best youll ever eat, the meatballs are tasty as hell and the deserts are the perfect finish. BUT the staff are terribly rude.
  • Food is amazing! A bit fat and happy staff not giving a top impression tonight.
  • After digging into housemade pastas like rabbit lasagnette and a beautifully simple chitarra, its not hard to understand why.
  • Scopa Italian Roots have wonderful housemade pastas like rabbit lasagnette and a beautifully simple chitarra that give it the bustle and buzz as when the doors were open on the first week.
  • Squash blossom is a must
  • The scallops are amazing!!
  • Must try the squid ink calamari. Chicken is good, though it's had a 30 minute cook time. Also, didn't try but they have fluffer nutter on the dessert menu
  • Penne vodka.
  • Awesome food and sharing plates. The drinks are great too but can add up if your having a big one!
  • I am so glad a friend picked this for dinner. Who knew this gem was hidden in plain sight on Washington Blvd. it's easily on of the top Italian places in town. Great wine list too.
  • Can't go wrong with anything here, but my personal favorites are the squash blossoms, the rice ball, and the chitarra!