chi SPACCA, 6610 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles

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Average Price: $50 and over
Cuisine: Contemporary Italian
Dress Code: Casual Dress
v 6.9 miles from Los Angeles center (as shown on map)
Nancy Silverton's latest addition to the Mozzaplex, chi SPACCA– Italian for “he who cleaves”– was borne of the wildly-popular family-style dinners hosted weekly at Scuola di Pizza, the previous occupant of the intimate dining room nestled between Mozza2Go & Osteria Mozza.

Heralded as a "meat speakeasy" by Food & Wine Magazine, chi SPACCA has come to represent the quintessential new Italian dining experience, where accompaniments like the Foccacia di Recco, warm salted Medjool dates, and Culatello & Puglia burrata are just sideshows for the rest of Chef Joseph Tagorda's meat-centric menu which features a 42-ounce Tomahawk pork chop, a 36-ounce dry-aged bone-in New York Costata alla Fiorentina, and a 50-ounce dry-aged porterhouse Bistecca Fiorentina.

Enchanted by the artistry of Italian salumi culture, we built the first “dry cure” program in Los Angeles so that we could experiment and perfect Italian charcuterie techniques in house. Open Tu

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chi Spacca is #533 of 11896 things to do in Los Angeles

4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: halcyon-7, Glendale, California
Sat 13 Nov, 2021
l One of Nancy Silverston?s trio of restaurant, Osteria Mozza, Pizzeria Mozza and Chi Spacca in the sprawling Melrose. Chi Spacca is basically Nancy?s passion for meat, specifically grilled meat...

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1 of 5 stars1 out of 5
By: Kvnyusa, New York City, New York
Fri 30 Jul, 2021
l ? and with lots of attitude. We made the terrible mistake to order two steaks ( one each ) and we dared to ask to have them ? medium well ?. Che orrore?. The waitress told us, first politely and then...

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3 of 5 stars3 out of 5
By: grossbart
Thu 27 Feb, 2020
l The room is pleasant but deafening. Service is friendly and there's an extensive and very good wine list. The food comes heavily salted, salt apparently being the kitchen's principal culinary idea...

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chi SPACCA 6610 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles