Cafe Magazzino might sit in the heart of the chaotic studio lot lunch scene, but fear not. The somewhat bizarre, dollhouse-in-the-attic vibe makes it stand out against the dearth of depressing on-the-go salad spots. But don’t get us wrong - they definitely serve salads here, and they’re definitely good. It’s just nice to sit for second, take a breath, and not worry about how badly you flubbed that line in your audition earlier today. Pray the zucchini fennel soup is available - it’s fantastic.
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