This is a true neighborhood gem. A place I've returned to over and over again and I'm always hoping it doesn't fall victim to New York City's awful habit of pushing out institutions. Al Di La is a rare place - the kind of restaurant perfect for a regular visit, a special occasion, or even a last minute solo dining experience. Although I've eaten a lot of what's on their menu, and many of their specials (both for dinner and brunch), it's nearly impossible for me to not order the Tagliatelle Al Ragu - seriously, the most perfect dish I've eaten in 25 years living in NYC. Which is why you should try to come with at least one other person so you can sample their meal. Decor is amazing - makes you feel as if you've stumbled into a local hangout in Tuscany. Love this place in case it's not obvious. Oh, and great wines and service, too.
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