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Little Dom’s

Doms Review
Little Dom’s, a new restaurant on Hillhurst Avenue in Los Feliz, has already become a popular neighborhood spot. The New York-style Italian is the offspring of Dominick’s in West Hollywood. It occupies the corner anchored for years by the La Belle Epoque pastry shop and cafe. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Service is a strong suit at Little Dom’s. The host stays on top of reservations, and servers are friendly and food- and wine-savvy. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Servers keep the orders moving, but the kitchen doesn’t always deliver on execution. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Though open only three months, Little Dom’s already has loyal customers. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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A highlight of the menu is the wood-grilled hamburger with burratta, roasted tomato mostarda and speck (smoked ham). (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Wood oven-roasted chicken leg with fregole, garlic, herbs and lemon. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Little Dom’s focuses on basic Italian American fare: spaghetti and meatballs. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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An appetizer of rice balls, or arancini, is big enough to share. They’re crusty on the outside with a molten heart of burrata cheese. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Grilled artichoke is another safe bet at Little Dom’s. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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Don’t skip the dessert, the restaurant’s strongest course. Two can share the gelato sundae with vanilla gelato, dark chocolate sauce and whipped cream. (Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)
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