Domenica, a casual Italian spot in New Orleans’ Roosevelt Hotel, is John Besh’s newest creation. The name means “Sunday” in Italian, and the concept is designed to evoke the warmth and charm of a traditional Sunday supper in a rural Italian village. The 150-seat restaurant is dominated by long central communal tables and a huge wood-burning pizza oven with a rotating stone deck, reportedly the first in the U.S. Executive Chef Alon Shaya immersed himself in the culture by living and ...

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