A Tagliatelle lunch, Spaghetti Chitarra lunch and a Funghi e Polenta lunch with a beer. Excellent service and food made our day
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What a great restaurant! We had a diverse range of dishes, from mussels to pork, veal to duck. The special duck ragu with papardelle was the best duck dish I have ever eaten. Subtle flavours, perfectly seasoned and very more-ish. Wines are not too badly...More
There are so many unique, delicious sounding dishes that it was difficult to decide! After finally deciding on my meal choices, the waitress made several wine pairing recommendations that were welcomed and great matches. The Casunziei was delicious, and the seasonal Rhubarb Panna Cotta was...More
Our son lives nearby and always wants us to take him to Al Di La when we visit. This was our first Sunday Brunch. I could have eaten just the sausage and been happy. But we also had a great dish of poached eggs and...More
Very cozy (and busy) but worth any wait. The mussels were amazing: the flavors took me back to Cinque Terre!
We had brunch here today. Delightful room filled with families and friends for Easter brunch. Not a big place, not an expense account place, more like a neighborhood joint. The brunch menu was short, but my frittata was delicious supported by a lovely glass of...More
After a recent visit to the Brooklyn Museum, we turned a few corners and found this wonderful little restaurant. Seats about 50 people, but is worth a tiny wait if there is one. Lots of charm in the interior with wonderful tin ceiling and eclectic...More
I've been coming to this restaurant since it first opened 15 years ago. I have had dozens of meals here and the service and food is always exceptional. I have had everything on the menu, multiple times over, and there is not a single item...More
We ordered the TORTELLI DI ZUCCA and the CASUNZIEI. The Casunziei were a beet ravioli, and the Tortelli di Zucca were ravioli filled with roasted squash and mascarpone. The tortelli were the favorite!