Organic, ciabatta-crust pizzas and homemade pastas reign at this earthy Laurel Canyon eatery that once housed Café Galleria (a ‘60s spot hosting open-mike nights for neighborhood locals). Black-and-white photos of that era hang with colorful tapestries and folk-art paintings in a rustic dining room that favors clean lines and orangy hues. Twice a week, chef-owner Sandy Gendel goes to the farmers market to pick up the freshest ingredients for pasta dishes like spaghetti alla bolognese and tagliatelle con pisella e prosciutto. Other menu options include the cedar wood grilled salmon, braised lamb shank, and seared Hawaiian big eye tuna.
In line with Laurel Canyon’s hippie roots, Pace is pronounced ‘pah-chay’ and means peace.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Parking Available
- Patio/Outdoor Seating
- Take-Out Available
Cuisine Type:: Italian