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Terroni: For a rockin’ good time

Terroni, a new Italian restaurant that’s actually a Canadian import, draws a lively crowd. Co-owner Shereen Arazm, who also owns the nightclubs Parc and Shag, makes sure the ambience is fun. (Jamie Rector, For The Times)
Salumi, hams and sausages hang in full view near the kitchen. Terroni’s salumi plate, at $14, might be the most generous in town -- there’s plenty for four to share. (Jamie Rector, For The Times)
The gutsy flavors of southern Italy are the forte here: garlic, anchovies and hot peppers. (Robert Lachman, Los Angeles Times)
There’s a dizzying selection of pizzas (more than 30), including the Santo Spirito: fresh , anchovies, cherry tomatoes and capers. (Jamie Rector, For The Times)
Fresh chestnut tortelloni with butter and sage. (Jamie Rector, For The Times)