I used to live above the restaurant and would come here with my Dad at least 4 times a week. This restaurant has a special place in my heart. The food has never let us down, the service is so so so good and friendly,...More
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Don’t go in expecting a red sauce menu, this is Northern Italian food at its best. The menu is rather small, but starter and entree specials are always featured. The mussels in white wine sauce were spectacular! We shared a pasta and entree of quail,...More
This spot is s true gem. Tucked away on Carrol and 5th ave. Huge curtains covers the entrance as if you're walking into a top secret underground restaurant. I went on a date here once and she was blow away! The cuttlefish w/ polenta starter...More
I had the hake sandwich and it came with a huge salad. Everything was delicious! I just stopped in for a quick lunch and will be back for a relaxing dinner and drinks.
Easily one of the best authentic Italian dinners I've had outside of Italy. The carbonara is perfect. I'll be back - you should go there too.
This was our second trip to a di la Trattoria. We needed to confirm our enjoyment of the first experience. It may be best to leave your conceptions of Italian food at home and be ready to expand your appreciation of Italian cuisine. If you...More
We read reviews of this little corner restaurant on the internet and despite warnings of being crowded, we decided to give it a try. We did have to spend time in the associated wine bar waiting to be seated, but the bar was cozy and...More
We've been coming here regularly since Al Di La opened in 1998. You might be forgiven for shunning reviews from locals, however as locals we know the restaurants in the area well, and are even more discriminating as restaurants come and go or lose their...More
I dined there a few weeks ago. The host directed me to the bar location as he did not want to give me a 2-top table since I was dining alone on this occasion. He was very surly and unwelcoming. Food was decidedly mediocre. I...More
We had brunch here, and were quite satisfied, but not blown away (given the restaurant's reputation). The banana french toast, with a dollop of whipped ricotta, was very good, as was the grilled fish sandwich. The crispy potatoes weren't all that crispy. And there were...More