Oksana served us with enthusiasm. Food was delicious as we sampled quite a few of the house specialities.
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We were in town on a family vacation and decided to go to Georgetown for dinner. We made reservations here in advance. The food was very good and they even had great gluten free pasta options. We sat outside and took in the culture since...More
First I have to say I am Italian. I live in the area and this is the only place I go to have pizza. I missed those flavors! Thanks for making the best pizza!
After looking at the reviews of all the Italian restaurants near me, we picked this place. The food was okay, nothing spectacular. One thing authentic about this place was the Italian people. The calamari was prob the best thing we had. Tasted fresh and not...More
We were part of a large family group celebrating a GWU graduate who picked the restaurant. Because it was grad weekend, restaurants everywhere were super busy, and for that reason I'll give Il Canale a pass on things that would affect my review under other...More
Somewhere between 25 and 30 of us gathered for an after the wedding rehearsal dinner here in April. They had a huge table all set up for us. Everyone was able to order off of their regular menu which has some really great selections. Service...More
The restaurant is located on one of the sidelanes in the busy Georgetown area in DC. From the outside, it appears a small one but there are two levels and a small extended area. It was easy to book using opentable and the reception at...More
Beautiful sidewalk pizza restaurant in quiet Georgetown street a few steps from M St. Authentic Italian food with good wine selection. Also has gluten free options. You can often get free samples of their wood-fired pizza as you walk by.
This is really the best pizza I have had in a long time. Italian staff and a skilled Italian pizzaiolo combine to produce top quality pizzas. Mine was a true napoletana with real mozzarella, tasty tomatoes, anchovies and the like. The dough was light and...More
The end of our first day in town we took the bus to Georgetown to walk M Street and have dinner. The manager was handing out pizza samples at the door, which were delicious especially since I had been wanting pizza. E had gnocchi which...More