The Low Down
What to Drink: Of the 30-plus wines by the glass, only a handful are Italian. A spicy syrah and Spanish tempranillo are bargains at $6.50 and $6, respectively.
The Extras: A full menu of some of Brooklyn's best Italian is available in Al Di La's main dining room.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Park Slopers' prayers are answered with this trattoria's new wine bar/waiting room.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Fans of Anna Klinger's Venetian cooking at Al Di La only ever had one complaint: nowhere to wait for a table. Problem solved, thanks to this two-room wine bar around the corner. The wood bar, half-dozen tables andâ¦
By JW2010 at Citysearch
The food was delicious. Every bite from the bread to the appetizer to the entree very tasty. The wine was good and the waiter was helpful. We we... Read More
Nice Wines, Great Food
By garrett66 at Citysearch
I've been to Al Di La Vino two or three times and always found it a great stop. Sometimes its a stepping stone to Al Di La the restaurant around t... Read More
Owner berates the customers - I will never eat here again
By laurie_melton at Citysearch
I have been coming to Al Di La for years and enjoying the food, despite long waits. I had out of town relatives visiting and decided to risk the w... Read More