Fifteen years after opening, al di la has acquired its full liquor license. According to a sign posted on the window, they’re offering digestifs in the dining room, cocktails in the wine bar, and of course, Bloody Marys for brunch. Stop by to check it out! Al di la is located at 248 5th Avenue.
Browsing: Al di La
We caught Remi Mobolade and Christian Voss Pedersen on their last afternoon in Park Slope. The duo came to town for a wedding– Remi from Dubai and Christian from Copenhagen– and they were excited to get a final meal at Al di la. “We want that duck hash!” Remi said. An excellent choice, for sure.
Park Slope is a destination in itself for food connoisseurs, and home to some of New York’s most celebrated and publicized restaurants. But savoring a lavish meal out doesn’t have to come with an exorbitant price tag; given the right combination of ambiance, delicious fare, attentive service, and reasonable pricing, enjoying an affordably extravagant meal
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Congratulations are in order for Park Slope’s Al di Là, which made it onto the Daily Meal’s 101 Best Restaurants in America. The local restaurant lands at number 78 and is praised for its consistently impressive menu: [Chef Anna] Klinger’s moderately priced menu of home-style antipasti, pastas, and braised and grilled meats rarely changes (even
Park Slope is a romantic town. With restaurants nestled amidst old brownstones on tree-lined blocks, our neighborhood is the perfect setting for an intimate dinner and moonlit stroll. Lucky for us hopeless romantics, we won’t have to roam far on Valentine’s Day; from Latin fusion to upscale seasonal American fare, Park Slope offers a special dining
“I remember feeling grateful, and humbled, as I ate chubby little malfatti, pasta-less dumplings of ricotta and Swiss chard, naked as larvae, and sublime.” In her review of Bar Corvo, Al di Là’s new Crown Heights outpost, NYT food critic Ligaya Mishan waxes poetic on her first time at the now-legandary Park Slope staple. More Park Slope eats in the