For those in need of additional ethnic/regional food fests after the weekend, Brandon Boudet brings a taste of Italo-Americano street foods next week to Dominick's and Little Dom's. Chef Boudet explains that he chose items to represent “the tradition of Italian American street food and would work well” when sibling West Hollywood and Los Feliz restaurants celebrate the Feast of San Gennaro on Tuesday, September 15 through Friday, September 18.

Boudet will offer up pork braciole ($7), stiglioli (grilled steak topped with smoked mozzarella, $7), sausage and peppers sandwich ($5), roasted tomato with artichoke and sausage with cavolo nero focaccie ($4), fried clams ($8), rice balls ($4), zeppole ($4), and gelato ($3) during dinner service. He's “had all of these foods in some form or fashion at festivals in New York and New Orleans,” and even if the Dom's crew can't offer bright carnival attractions, religious processions, or other types of drama, those little red and white paper boats help import the right vibe.

Dominick's: 8715 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood; (310) 652-2335.

Little Dom's: 2128 Hillhurst Ave., Los Feliz; (323) 661-0055.

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