Situated in the lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt, Nancy Silverton’s Italian-inspired steakhouse is her first new restaurant since Chi Spacca in 2013. The menu exhibits the renowned chef’s inclination toward California-Italian fare and highlights dry-aged steaks, fish, and poultry cooked over a wood fire. Prepare yourself for unapologetically bold flavors and contrasting textures: The Dutch Baby pairs a puddle of salty, aged prosciutto with an exquisitely light crepe. The subtly sweet rigatoni arrives in a cast-iron skillet bubbling with brown butter—each noodle stuffed with squash and pungent goat cheese, then covered in vadouvan spices. The playful, deconstructed approach to Steak Tartare includes buckwheat, mustard seeds, kohlrabi, and egg, which you’ll mix vigorously before piling onto the accompanying shiso leaves. In addition to a mouthwatering menu, Silverton’s also put her stamp on the vintage-inspired decor, sourcing some of the tabletop pieces herself from European flea markets.