As someone who visits Amalfi on a somewhat regular basis I was a bit disappointed when sitting down for dinner on Saturday to find an entirely new menu along a very restricted, and not very good, wine list. At first we thought "there must be a bar menu with our favorite dishes" but the waiter informed us there had been an ownership change. OK, fine. We wrapped our heads around the fact that the items we hoped to order were no longer offered and looked at the items on the new menu. We ordered the salami/broccolini/fontina pizza (sans salami) and some veggies (brussel sprouts & cauliflower). The pizza showed up with broccoli (not broccolini) - it was OK but the taste and texture was completely different with a broccoli instead of broccolini. The brussel sprouts were OK but the cauliflower was pretty bland. Another friend had the caesar salad and spaghetti and he said both were OK. There were only 2 servers that we saw and as things got busier, well, it was at the expense of service. One person in our party (who has frequented the restaurant for years) went to talk to the new owners just to give some feedback about missing some of the old items and to let them know about the pizza error (the restaurant DID have broccolini, just not on our pizza). Arrogant and dismissive are the only words I can use to describe the owners. They didn't seem to care about anything being conveyed to them and didn't seem to want to hear anything about the past. We didn't even get an apology that our pizza didn't come as ordered. I'm all for change and improvement but you DON'T alienate your customer base in the process. We walked out of Amalfi knowing that it was our last visit there - I'm certain the new owners don't care. There are lots of great choices for food in LA. Amalfi used to be one - not now.