Exclusive: Nerano Opens BG Speakeasy Restaurant Upstairs
Posted Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 6:18 pm
By Carole Dixon
Little Santa Monica Boulevard’s Amalfi Coast restaurant Nerano is an exceptional spot in Beverly Hills where you can find branzino flown in three times per week from Naples and rare wines from the Campania region of Italy. Even the tomato pallets are shipped from the Southern boot. It’s no wonder that the Michelin Guide gave them a Bib Gourmand nod in 2019.
Owners Andy and Carlo Brandon-Gordon (who also own long-standing industry staple Toscana in Brentwood), are not resting on those accolades. Opened on Jan. 23, the duo has added a semi-private restaurant upstairs in the former bar-lounge area. The intimate space features revolving contemporary art from Marc Selwyn Gallery across the street, but is otherwise, pure old-school Italian.
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