Al Di La
Brooklyn, NY 11215-1201
Tips from foursquare
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]
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.
chef anna klinger cooks true italian and often venetian fare in the sweet little slice of perfection, the casunzei define fresh pasta
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!
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.