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al di là

Restaurants, Italian Park Slope
Paul ThorburnPhotographs: Paul Thorburn
Paul Thorburn
Paul Thorburn

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Aspiring restaurateurs in Park Slope should study this convivial Fifth Avenue pioneer. Though it opened in 1998, al di là remains unsurpassed in the neighborhood. Affable owner Emiliano Coppa handles the inevitable wait (due to the limited reservations policy) with panache. The wait is worth it for co-owner and chef Anna Klinger’s Northern Italian dishes. It would be hard to improve on her braised rabbit with black olives on steaming polenta; even simple pastas, such as the homemade tagliatelle al ragù, are superb.



Address: 248 Fifth Ave
Cross street: at Carroll St
Transport: Subway: R to Union St
Price: Average main course: $20. MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 6–10:30pm; Fri 6–11pm; Sat 5:30–11pm; Sun 5–10pm
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