Nancy Silverton knows how to throw a good party.
Several times a year, the legendary L.A. chef throws open the doors to her Hancock Park home for rollicking backyard gatherings.
There’s her July 4 bash, when she closes Pizzeria Mozza, Osteria Mozza and Chi Spacca so employees can come over. At a recent event Silverton hosted for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand children’s cancer charity, 150 people packed into her four-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot home, noshing on fried chicken from Howlin’ Rays and galbi from Park’s BBQ.
The restaurateur and cookbook author relishes that her home is the place to be. But if you ever score an invite, don’t...