Discreetly nestled off Sunset in the Barrington Court, you can savor the lost art of simple, yet elegant dining in a charming atmosphere.

Goran Milic runs this enjoyable establishment. Every guest is greeted with an inviting smile, making you feel like you are dining in your best friend’s home. Whether you come for an intimate dinner, a celebration with friends or an important business event, you can depend on the warmth and attentiveness of Divino’s devoted staff to renew the pleasure of your dining experience time and time again.

Divino offers three very unique dining areas within its softly painted walls. There is the casual elegance of the main dining area, trimmed in photographs, reminding guests of the restaurant’s european roots, and a ceiling stretching to the stars with the help of an over-sized skylight.

The “Library Room” retreat offers the feel of a Tuscan home with its corner hutch, wall of wine and overview of the open kitchen, creating an ideal setting for a cozy dinner or small social gathering.

The “Castle Nuovo” room is tucked upstairs and perfect for a private party or business occasion. A museum ambiance fills this room with its beautifully mounted pictures and dramatic velvet drapes.


Goran & Davor Milic

Goran and Davor Milic left their home in Montenegro off the Adriatic Coast. They brought their vision, as well as generations of experience to recreate the pleasures of Italian dining in a traditional neighborhood setting. Divino’s affiliate restaurant “Ai Nove Merli” in Torino, Italy embraces the exchanging of ideas, bringing new life to lost Italian recipes. In this tradition, “Ai Nove Merli” and Divino interchange chef’s assuring that the true flavors of Italy are represented.