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- It's tricky to get to Nonna unless you're driving west on Sunset. It's a bit past Doheny on the right-hand side, not far from the Beverly Hills sign. Don't be confused by the blue "Sanctuary" sign over Nonna's bold red lettering on the building--it's advertising the music firm on the next floor.
- The wine list sticks to mostly Italian bottles with a few Californian selections and some high-end Bordeauxs. Glasses average about $12; bottles start at $35 and can go up to $600.