Le Sirenuse Visits Shutters on the Beach

Two of the world’s most celebrated shorelines—the Amalfi Coast and Santa Monica State Beach—will come together this week when Southern California’s Shutters on the Beach welcomes Positano’s Le Sirenuse for a weeklong celebration of Italian coastal style. Launching February 19, Le Sirenuse at Shutters will include culinary collaborations between Le Sirenuse’s Michelin-starred chef Matteo Temperini and Shutters on the Beach’s executive chef Sven Mede, showcasing such Italian fare as roasted prawns with scampi bruschetta and local squid, and tortellini topped with black truffles and Parmesan fondue. The event will also bring Italian spirits and wines to Shutters’ One Pico restaurant, as well as a pop-up outpost of Le Sirenuse’s famed Emporio Le Sirenuse boutique. At the latter, one-of-a-kind wares will include wool scarves from Merino, glasses and bowls from the Venetian glassblower Carlo Moretti Bora, and fragrances and soaps from Le Sirenuse’s Eu d’Italie bath line. (310.458.0030, www.shuttersonthebeach.com

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