The second outpost of Terroni will give its Beverly Boulevard sibling a run for the money. The stunning space, fashioned out of a 1924 bank building in the Fashion District, has soaring ceilings, high-arched windows that let in loads of light, and a huge bar welcoming all in front. The main dining room is centered by the open kitchen, with extra private-dining rooms in the back and upstairs. There's a lot of Italian everything, from the chandelier mimicking the Formula One Italian Grand Prix racetrack, to the wall that's like a map of favorite dishes and ingredients (pannetone, capon 'mbuttunato, carote, fagioli) and a disco-y soundtrack bouncing off all that marble.
802 S. Spring St.; 323-954-0300