Who owns the factory kitchen?

Who owns the factory kitchen?

The Factory Kitchen, which opened Oct. 31 in the Arts District, reunites owner Matteo Ferdinandi (right) and chef Angelo Auriana, who are longtime friends. The 60-seat establishment is in an off-the-beaten track part of the Arts District.

When did the factory kitchen open?

October 24, 2013
The original location, serving traditional Italian recipes, opened its doors on October 24, 2013, in The Arts District, downtown Los Angeles. The Factory Kitchen took its name from the street it’s located on and the former factory building complex that hosts it, but the restaurant’s “soul” and its cuisine is Italian.

Where is the factory kitchen in La?

Defining a culinary journey through the Italian Peninsula and hosted in the loading docks of the Factory Place Arts Complex in The Arts District in Los Angeles, The Factory Kitchen is a typical Italian Trattoria with simple and approachable fare. Reservations are recommended as seating indoors and outdoors are limited.

Is the factory kitchen-Los Angeles Open on OpenTable?

The Factory Kitchen – Los Angeles is rated 4.7 stars by 2946 OpenTable diners. Is The Factory Kitchen – Los Angeles currently accepting reservations? Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable.

Is there a restaurant near factory kitchen with catering?

The owners of Factory Kitchen have another restaurant in walking distance called Officine Brera, and I believe they have catering, or are slated to have catering this year. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?

Why choose the factory kitchen at the factory?

We were absolutely delighted by the experience at The Factory Kitchen. The food (and cocktails) was inventive, very well prepared, delicious, and truly a positive surprise with each bit. The service was very good-with a variety of folks making it their priority to care for our needs (specific or just in passing).