LOS ANGELES All’ Angelo Ristorante opened here in 2007, it was one of the city’s most highly rated—and highly priced—Italian restaurants, offering a menu laden with lobster, caviar, foie gras and Colorado lamb. —When But after the economy’s nosedive late last year brought much of Los Angeles’ dining scene to a standstill and left owner Stefano Ongaro wondering how he was going to pay the electric bill, he decided it was time for drastic ...

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