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Speranza
Italian Restaurant
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2547 Hyperion Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027
2547 Hyperion AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
(323) 644-1918trycaviar.com
Italian Restaurant, Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
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Today 6–11PM
Friday 6–11PMSaturday 6–11PMSunday 5–9:30PMMonday 6–10:30PMTuesday 6–10:30PMWednesday 6–10:30PMThursday 6–10:30PM
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Dinner-only neighborhood bistro offering handmade pastas & other Italian classics, plus beer & wine.- Google
"This is a place to sit with friends and chat over good wine and food."
"Great Italian cuisine and ambience on the small covered patio."
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VERONICA VASQUEZ
5 months ago
I have enjoyed dining at Speranza for over a year. My fav meal is the homemade Fettuccine Mare e Terra and have eaten it happily 5 - 6 times. Unfortunately the 2 star review stems from the last time I dined there on Friday July 22, 2016. I became deadly ill from a shrimp I had eaten. My blood pressure dropped and I could not even stand up for fear of collapsing. My friend said my face was pasty and my lips had turned white. I DID consider 911. Did the manager come over and ask how I was? Not exactly, he was told what had happened - yes, I vomited at the table - and came over with Clorox wipes in hand. Hmmmm. I was considerate enough that I was discreet, it was off to the side, and I saved the plant. Yet never did he speak to me face to face with comforting words, offer to comp my dinner or offer a discount on a future meal. Nothing! This is unprofessional and humanely inconsiderate. These are the risks we take dining out I realize and I'm in no need for anything free but unfortunately my last meal and the manager of Speranza have left a permanent bad taste in my mouth.
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David Malvinni
9 months ago
Delicious food, we especially liked the ziti selection. Everything else was pretty amazing; great service and ambience. Good for kids too.
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Alice Davis
4 months ago
Best Italian on the Eastside - perfect date place.
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Keneth Keo
a year ago
Delicious wine! Beautiful outdoor patio seating and the beef carpaccio was very good! The price was fair, they were pretty busy so if you're in a rush to eat this is not the place for you. This is a place to sit with friends and chat over good wine and food.
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Ruben Hassel
a month ago
Great Italian cuisine and ambience on the small covered patio.
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Jessica Hawley
10 months ago
We showed up around 6:30 with our 6 month old baby. The restaurant was nearly empty with only one family sitting at a table. They asked if we had a reservation and we didn't. It was a Wednesday night and again, place looked empty. They said "well we will need to put you somewhere out here or you can sit inside. It was very dark outside so I opted to sit inside since I needed to have enough light to feed my baby. We got seated inside and could barely have s conversation over the music- they were blasting Katy Perry (???) I even got a little concerned about my baby's eardrums so we asked if we could sit near a window outside so that we had some visibility. They essentially said no. I was so confused!! Again they had ONE family that evening and even if they had reservations coming in for the night there's no way they couldnt serve a family of three seated anywhere in their restaurant. It's not like they didn't have room. The waiters seemed like teenagers follow orders instead of entertaining and accommodating guests. I believe if the owners were there they'd have been very upset with how inflexible they were being and probably very embarrassed about the blasting music. I live in the area and I will not be recommending this place to anyone... Especially with kids.
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James Pasternak
a year ago
Speranza is located neatly on a corner on Hyperion Ave in Silver Lake. Surrounded by Trader Joe's, and Hyperion Public, it is very easy to miss this place. The restaurant is very inconspicuous and they pride themselves on being unassuming to the public eye. The pastas are homemade and the portions are heavy. One bowl will fill you up nicely. Service = wonderful. Atmosphere = intimate. Prices = inexpensive. Good wine list too.
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Jason Merrill
a year ago
Excellent food and just the right atmosphere. It's a little tucked-away gem nestled between Silver Lake and Los Feliz that has somehow eluded the hipster apocalypse.

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