Sadly Dino closed in February 2014. Closed. Closed. To submit a review it must be at least 100 characters. Sorry.
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Although it's noisy when full (which it usually is), Dino's offers authentic selections at high and consistent quality. The staff is professional, knowledgeable, and friendly. The olive oil served for dipping their delicious whole grain Italian bread is exceptional, as were the fried baby artichokes....More
Dino remains my favorite restaurant in DC. Ingredients continue to be fresh, seasonal and local. If you want to try this Cleveland Park restaurant, go very, very soon. Dino is the throes of planning a move to another neighborhood.
Although the wait can sometimes be long, and the ambiance is on the noisy side, it is downright delicious with a fantastic wine list to boot. We have been there several times, and have not been disappointed. Unless you have reservations, be prepared to wait...More
Our first visit. A group of six out for an early Saturday night dinner after an afternoon at the National Portrait Gallery. Almost 90 minutes after our arrival, we were still waiting for our appetizers. Even though our waitress had been at our table several...More
This was my first visit to Dino's, I had always wanted to try it given the rave reviews. I do wish they would spruce up the outside since the inside is quite nice. Sadly, for brunch at least it was disappointing, food was just average...More
Dino is owned by a husband and wife and their customer service and neighborhood orientation really show. Food is very good, the wine selection selection is outstanding. Look for the brunch and burger and beer at the bar specials. Pleasant outdoor seating and half a...More
My wife at I dined again at Dino's, which consistently delivers authentic Italian cooking, at times, with distinctive flair. The pasta with chanterelles had a but a touch of bitter greens to accent the dish. The duck also used a touch of bitter to balance...More
We went to dinner tonight at Dino's. The fried artichokes were as fabulous as remembered and the fresh pappardelle with boar was even better. Had a great montepuliciano at a very reasonable price. Fresh tomato and cantaloupe gazpacho that defined end of summer with fresh...More
Dino's is a very good choice for an Italian with friends which will not break the bank, it is not cheap but not grossly expensive. The foods is very goo, although there as so meany options on the menu it can be a tad confusing....More