The Low Down
Know Before You Go: It's tricky to get to Nonna unless you're driving west on Sunset. It's a bit past Doheny on the right-hand side, not far from the Beverly Hills sign. Don't be confused by the blue "Sanctuary" sign over Nonna's bold red lettering on the building--it's advertising the music firm on the next floor.
What to Drink: The wine list sticks to mostly Italian bottles with a few Californian selections and some high-end Bordeauxs. Glasses average about $12; bottles start at $35 and can go up to $600.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
With its sleek, modern good looks, Nonna of Italy is enticing even before cracking open the menu, which is grounded in the classics. Chef Keith Silverton maintains close relationships with local farmers, whose produce plays a major role inâ¦
By Jason at GrubHub
We enjoyed the food a lot.