After Florence, it’s now L.A.’s turn to welcome the collaboration between the multi-star chef and Gucci. The fashion house has extended this successful experience to a restaurant with a decor overflowing with baroque codes. With a hint of vintage with wicker cane chairs, a touch of modernity from rectilinear carrara marble and a bit of patina on well-arranged mosaics, when Gucci goes to Hollywood, the Florentine doesn’t make any mistakes. The icing on the cake? The rooftop, right on Rodeo Drive, offers an invigorating view and bath of light. On the down side, the just-opened location in Florence already has a Michelin star. No worries, Bottura remains one of the best in the world and his unstructured pizza is a must-try meal at least once in one’s life.