al di là

al di là

Restaurante italiano, Marisquería y Bar de vinos$$$$
North Slope, Brooklyn
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  • Los expertos de Epicurious y Eater recomiendan este lugar
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  • miles l.
    "Don't leave without the roast chicken and the cuttlefish and polenta (polenta)"(20 Tips)
    Wendy Q.
    "Come during brunch - no wait tagliatelle al ragu (Tagliatelle) is delicious."(12 Tips)
    Epicurious
    "Guard your plate - spaghetti (espaguetis) with clams is irresistably delicious!"(10 Tips)
    Antonio V.
    "The ragu is phenomenal, also the ravioli (ravioles) is a great appetizer."(12 Tips)
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  • bueno para citas
  • bueno para ocasiones especiales
  • polenta
  • comida italiana
  • ravioles
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  • Juan Carlos M.
    Juan Carlos MarmotaOctubre 1, 2013
    El mejor lugar de Brooklyn, sin duda.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupSeptiembre 19, 2011
    This is one of our favorite restaurants in all five boroughs. We’ve waxed poetic before, but forgot to mention the White Salad and the Faro Salad, both hidden gems.
    Votación a favor hace Mar 24
  • Cole K.
    Cole KennedyDiciembre 7, 2017
    All of the pastas are amazing, but they probably have a special that’s extra amazing, like paccheri with pork shoulder ragù. Hit the wine bar downstairs for a less crowded, more intimate experience.
  • Henry B.
    Henry BridgeSeptiembre 30, 2015
    Great food and atmosphere, and relatively reasonable. Loved the malfatti and carpaccio. Didn't like the rabbit (it was super pungent/gamey) but maybe it's just not our thing.
  • Andrea H.
    Andrea HongSeptiembre 27, 2015
    Known as one of the best italian spots in the city, serves up dinner and weekend brunch. Can sometimes have a wait, or sometimes you get lucky and walk right in to delicious fresh pasta heaven.
  • Jane K.
    Jane KatzAgosto 4, 2017
    I am not someone who goes to restaurants 2x (it's nyc after all) but al di la is the best version of home.food is spot on, unfussy, perfectly seasoned, delicious. don't miss out. reco duck ragu pasta!
  • Katherine M.
    Katherine M.Abril 18, 2015
    "Show up early or expect to wait in line. One of the best spots in the country for Italian food. Braised rabbit with creamy polenta and black olives, saltimbocca alla Romana, or tagliatelle al ragu." Leer más
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupOctubre 8, 2010
    Get here early to avoid a long wait for a table, no reservations! Start with the Trippa Alla Toscana, move on to the Tortelli Di Zucca Burro E Salvia, then the Braised Rabbit and finish with gelato.
  • Kevin S.
    Kevin SkobacEnero 5, 2016
    The pastas live up to the hype; we tried the daily meat ragu, a vegetable cheesse tortellini, and the clam spaghetti, all delicious and perfectly cooked. The two homemade pasta were the best.
  • Michelle A.
    Michelle AuFebrero 16, 2017
    Everything I've had here is fresh and delicious. My favorite is the tripe, and the oxtail polenta for appetizer; and the scallop corn risotto for entree.
  • Magdalena W.
    Food is delicious and the interior makes this space cozy and gives unique atmosphere. Try daily special with a bottle of Italian wine 😍 pear cake made the day.
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousNoviembre 21, 2014
    Over dinner in the Old World dining room, longtime customers have been known to get emotional about the beet-and-ricotta ravioli, and heated arguments about the best dishes. Leer más
  • Gothamist
    GothamistAgosto 1, 2014
    Don't let the nightmarish black tangle of the black ink squid spaghetti turn you off—the noodles are dyed in the stuff of sea gods and tossed in chewy octopus confit, basil and fiery hot chili pepper. Leer más
  • Chelsea R.
    Chelsea RenaudMayo 10, 2016
    This is some of the very best rustic Italian food in all of New York, with a seriously charming environment to match. Pay attention to the specials and add the Tagliatelle al Ragu and a risotto.
  • CITY GRIT
    CITY GRITAgosto 8, 2014
    This husband and wife team - Emiliano Coppa and Chef Anna Klinger - knocks it out of the park with their little rustic Italian spot. We love the Carpaccio, Corn Tortelli, & the Braised Rabbit.
  • Ros O.
    Ros O' FlynnDiciembre 27, 2014
    For starter, Carpaccio was delicious (with some ground black pepper). Had the spaghetti neri alla chitarra as a main - very very tasty!! Wish I had more time to try more, it all looked fantastic!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkFebrero 1, 2012
    Be prepared to queue up for a table: al di là is one of the most popular spots on Park Slope’s restaurant-packed Fifth Avenue. Chef Anna Klinger's fresh take on Italian fare is worth the wait. Leer más
  • Lea C.
    Lea CeasrineNoviembre 9, 2015
    Came here for my bday w/ my Italian Mom. Perfectly quiet and intimate. We shared an oozy, creamy risotto "of the day" and 2 salads. The risotto was, as we Italians say, bellisima!
  • Adam H.
    Adam HillNoviembre 24, 2012
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    If you want to try it without the wait show up for the brunch between 11 and 12, there should be a table for you. Carbonara was good, cauliflower ragu was great, and the fungi e polenta even better
  • Halstead Property
    Halstead PropertyOctubre 7, 2013
    You can’t go wrong with the Casunziel, a dish filled with silky ravioli and sweet red beets bathed in buttery goodness. The simple concoction still captures the essence of a perfect Italian meal.
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertMarzo 6, 2016
    farro salad: warm spelt salad, roasted squash and cauliflower, red onion, greens, hazelnuts, goat cheese, and brown butter sherry vinaigrette
  • Megan G.
    Megan GilbrideMayo 10, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Great! Friendly service, intimate setting. handmade tasty food. Went with my fiance and sister, we shared the Kale salad, smashed beets, black spaghetti with lemon and crab, & special A+
  • IWalked Audio Tours
    IWalked Audio ToursSeptiembre 24, 2011
    #6 - IWalked NYC's Top 10 Italian Restaurants. Our top Brooklyn pick! Does not accept reservations but it is worth the wait. Kill your time at the wine bar & be sure to sample the beet ravioli.<LINK> Leer más
  • Vahid
    VahidJulio 5, 2016
    they have a #bar behind the main restaurant. If you need to wait for your a table you can have a glass of wine in the bar and they will let you know when your table is ready.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsEnero 28, 2014
    Classic Northern Italian dishes like braised rabbit, squid-ink risotto, and calf's liver fill the menu of this cozy Brooklyn spot.
  • Jane K.
    Jane KatzFebrero 22, 2016
    funghi e polenta may be my favorite brunch dish, ever. Make sure to get it with a poached egg. Also reco the carbonara b/c well, guanciale + spaghetti= heaven on earth
  • Steven
    StevenDiciembre 23, 2016
    Had the malfatti and tagliatelle al ragu. Butter sauce of the malfatti is super tasty and great flavours for the ragu. Going to try the rabbit next time and risotto!
  • NY Waterway
    NY WaterwayAgosto 23, 2012
    You can’t make reservations here but once you DO get in, the food is pretty good. They have some really unique items on the menu (Braised Rabbit). Be daring. Try something different!
  • Auzzie Y.
    Auzzie YazdJulio 22, 2014
    The rose from Tuscany (by the glass) was fantastic. Had the pasta with ragu sauce, and it was great. Looks like a fairytale storybook inside. I'm excited I found this!
  • Adam W.
    Adam WishneuskyNoviembre 22, 2014
    The brisket hash is the best meal I've had in weeks. PERFECT poached eggs and so many flavorful vegetables!
  • goop
    goopAgosto 5, 2014
    The menu hasn’t changed much since opening in 1998, because it’s pretty much perfect Venetian fare, with particularly excellent pastas. Leer más
  • Rachel P.
    Rachel PortOctubre 14, 2016
    Got a farro salad with beats and goat cheese, and an amazing special pasta dish with some kind of stewed beef and goat cheese as well, so so good.
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListMarzo 11, 2012
    Take Note: If you manage to fight your way through the door, pay special attention to dishes like...Malfatti(Swiss-chard gnudi); casonziei; braised rabbit(with black olives and polenta) Leer más
  • Sarah B.
    Sarah B.Junio 30, 2011
    A BK legend! Must try Al Di La...if you can wait get in. Some of the best, freshest, most creative Italian cuisine in the borough. FYI- they take reservations for parties over 6.
  • Jordan K.
    Jordan KongFebrero 25, 2013
    Come for a late brunch/lunch on Sunday afternoon and walk right in. Be sure to try the Insalata di Farro!
  • Leah I.
    Leah IvesDiciembre 4, 2016
    Everything was tasty but much more expensive than the menu listed here. Dinner was all around $25 per plate. So I was not happy about that. However, the service was great, the food was delicious.
  • Eater
    EaterSeptiembre 18, 2010
    No resy, total mob scene, noisy, and absolutely delicious describe the decade-plus-old Brooklyn Italian. Be aware that there's a more accessible wine bar attached. [Eater 38 Member] Leer más
  • Craig A.
    Craig AustinSeptiembre 3, 2016
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Just a classic. Always a good pork ragu option. If it's crowded, you can order the same menu at the bar next door (behind the restaurant).
  • Fodor's Travel
    Fodor's TravelSeptiembre 9, 2015
    The warm farro salad with seasonal ingredients and goat cheese is perfectly al dente and the hand-pinched ravioli are deliciously homemade. Leer más
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertMarzo 6, 2016
    torta di pere e cioccolato: pear cake with bitter chocolate chunks served warm with whipped cream
  • Alice Eunjin
    Alice EunjinAbril 28, 2015
    "Strap in for hits like the braised rabbit with creamy polenta and black olives, saltimbocca alla Romana, or tagliatelle al ragu."
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAgosto 24, 2010
    If the wait's long, put your name on the list and hit its sister wine bar. Once the food arrives, though, nothing else will matter. Guard your plate - spaghetti with clams is irresistably delicious!
  • miles l.
    miles lennonJunio 14, 2015
    Hands down my favorite Italian good in New York. Don't leave without the roast chicken and the cuttlefish and polenta
  • michael n.
    michael nerenburgJulio 15, 2013
    No wait, food was quick. Sunday night. Food was good. Fairly inexpensive. Better than that stupid eataly place in the city everyone has an orgasm over.
  • Marc M.
    Marc MayerJulio 24, 2015
    I have tried and failed many times to duplicate their polenta. It's a lot easier to just walk in and get some. Yeah it's that good.
  • Adam M.
    Adam MayJunio 3, 2016
    Amazing northern Italian food, consistently surprised with a unique variety of amazing dishes, a real NYC gem
  • Anna S.
    Anna SlobodskyaMarzo 14, 2011
    Try the seppia and oxtail ragu with polenta, Swiss chard and ricotta malfatti -but you really can't go wrong with anything on the menu, amazing restaurant
  • Nicklesh
    NickleshAgosto 29, 2014
    Ate chittara carbonara (made vegetarian) and a very nice house red for lunch. Extra points for warm bread.
  • Elizabeth M.
    Elizabeth MitchellAgosto 4, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    The cocktails are incredible-the Austin is the perfect summer cocktail: titos vodka, st. Germaine, proseco, and pomegranate with a twist of orange
  • Leo K.
    Leo KimMayo 9, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Not only a good dinner spot, but fantastic lunch spot too. Not crowded during the week, can bring the kids.
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