The Los Angeles-based concept, which has seven domestic units and nine abroad, added a wood-fired rotisserie that replaces one of three wood-fired ovens, updated the exterior of its downtown restaurant and added carving stations for the new items on the customer-service line
Chef Anthony Carron, who co-founded 800 Degrees in 2012 with an emphasis on Neapolitan pizzas, said the rotisserie allows the concept to offer such items as a garlic and rosemary roasted porchetta sandwich, roast beef with roasted potatoes and caramelized brussels sprouts and roasted salmon salad.
Here’s a look inside the new downtown Los Angeles restaurant.
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