cool bohemian setting, cool appeal, creative touches, fantastic outdoor seating, pretty big fan, great place, amazing staff
Great Italian!. I love that they offer gluten-free pasta!
Great Outdoor, Casual Italian. After a year in Silverlake I'm sad to move away from this East Side gem. The outdoor seating is fantastic and beats the smaller interior dining room. You can never go wrong with the house pasta (despite a little increase in price) and you can BYOB from Bogie's Liquor right across the street.
Very romantic and chill. I'm a pretty big fan of Speranza. The atmosphere is at once happening, romantic and intimate. If you dig the Bay Area's sort of original, free-spirit mentality, you'll feel right at home here among the their hodge-podge of creative touches and charming, attitude-free ways. The small, friendly staff is laidback, unpretentious and genuinely pleased to see and serve you. Meanwhile, the retro, electronic and reverb-heavy song selection is top-notch and, rather than distracting, actually adds to the cool appeal. The $4 extra bucks for homemade pasta is absolutely worth it. Love it.
Excellent neighborhood Italian. Looks uninviting from the outside in an industrial looking building, but once you are in it's very neighborhoody.
Bohemian Hidden Gem. I totally agree with the reviewer. Very cool, romantic, bohemian setting. Lots of personal touches which makes you feel at home. The food is solid but not impressive. The staff is amazing. Another great place to visit in Silver Lake. I would definitely go back.
A long way from the traditional Italian ristorante, this Silver Lake sit-down serves the boot-shaped country's cuisine with bohemian flair..
Three levels of eclectic dining await patrons at this offbeat neighborhood haven of home-style Italian dishes. First, an outer courtyard creates an ethereal and whimsical experience, with withered, bare-branched trees amidst white wrought iron tables and twinkling gold string lights. Next, step through heavy, transparent butcher's curtains onto a covered patio featuring flickering candlelight and crisp picnic table seating. And finally, through another set of drapes, is the inner sanctum: An artsy, three-table room beside the kitchen where kitschy, old-world maps hang near low tables and unique knick-knacks. The menu consists of simplistic, affordable pasta and steak entrees.
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