Terroni

Row 1

Details
7605 Beverly Blvd (Curson)
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 954-0300
Italian, Wine Bar, Pizza
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Get the Tonnarelli! Pasta with sausage and truffle. Not listed on the menu but pretty much always as a special.
  • no reservations, walk in only
  • Italian lessons in the restrooms is an unexpected surprise
  • Christmas Story lamp shines brightly in the window!
  • Ask for the bottle list ~ excellent selection!!! Fun by the glass selection too!!
  • Hey pizan!
  • the fattest kid i know says the margherita is the best in town. and he loves the peppers. pizza was good but didn't blow my mind but their gnocchi was amazing!!!
  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • Just great Italian food. Order the truffle pasta off the menu
  • Duck prosciutto with burrata. Ya, duck.
  • One of the first pizzerias to insist so much on authenticity that they didn't cut the slices, Terroni's super-thin crust pies remain one of the most consistent in Mid-City.
  • Forget the $6 valet - park for free (4 hours) across the street at Pan Pacific Park.
  • The handmade pasta with ground Italian sausage and shaved truffle is one of the best dinners I've ever had. Get it.
  • Rigatoni Arcobaleno is my absolute favorite!!! But start with the Piatto A Stutare if you love Burrata & Prosciutto!! And have a glass of Sangiovese. Heaven!
  • Consistently a delicious meal. Rich pastas and an amazing wine selection.
  • Amazing Southern Italian great service and priced well. Highly recommend and look for it coming soon in Downtown 3rd and Spring
  • The smoked salmon pizza with diced tomatoes and capers.
  • Ask for the spicy pepper sauce with your pizza.
  • It's been a special since forever. One of the best pastas I've ever had in the world...Tonnarelli w/sausage and truffle. And scene.
  • no carb left behind, especially the delicious pastas. but save room for the tiramisu! i would eat the whole bowl myself and lick it clean if it didn't provoke dirty looks from my fellow diners.