The newest restaurant to ignite dining out on busy West Beech Street in Long Beach is Grotta di Fuoco, a New American and Sicilian restaurant with a soulful flare. Exposed brick and industrial metal steps give this spot a Brooklyn-esque appeal, but it's the food that will really catch your attention. From start to finish, this "cave of fire" is smokin'.

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Grotta di Fuoco is a new, soulful Italian restaurant in Long Beach.

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Bartender Andrea Cody serves Jon Clisham from Long Beach at Grotta di Fuoco.

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A filament-lit den with a wood-burning oven create a warm atmosphere at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach.

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Chef-owner Andrew Allotti plates fettuccine at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach.

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The savory "tre porcellini" pizza at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach includes guanciale, prosciutto and sausage.

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Savory baccala, or salt cod, is prepared alla puttanesca at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach.

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Fettuccine carbonara stands out at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach.

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Olive oil cake is served with raspberry jam and raspberry sorbet at Grotta di Fuoco in Long Beach.

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