Dino

Row 1

Details
222 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 222-1999
Italian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: Noon–Midnight Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

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  • Skip out on the fancy stuff. The simple spaghetti lemoneal dente spaghetti seeped in a light, tangy butter, garlic, olive oil and lemon sauceis a revelation.
  • The Dino Caesar made with black kale is amazing. Fantastic pastas.
  • Bruschetta, squid ink pasta, beet salad, squid
  • Favorite restaurant in Fort Greene! Get any of the pasta dishes, you can't go wrong!
  • Absolutely unremarkable. Skip it.
  • Authentically Ft Greene and Italian-- pasta in big bowls, burratta, chicken liver crostini, home-made gelato. Antique, dim-lit background w/ multi culti crowd and reggae on the stereo. Just right
  • Best rigatoni for dinner and eggs Benny for brunch you can find!
  • Great pastas, best eggs Benedict for brunch.
  • The french toast is like an enormous, delicious, pillow of love.
  • The sauted calamari is a Must. Can't go wrong with their specials altho their main menu is pretty awesome too. Had the Saffron Risotto w/asparagus+ scallops tonight. PS Chris is the BeSt bartender!!
  • salmon was good, brussell sprouts rocked, calamari was ok
  • Very good #pasta and a beautiful outdoor garden. Worth checking out on a nice spring evening. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • try the butternut squash ravioli! the sauce is amazeballs.
  • Bleh. Great ambience but didn't like the food.
  • Love this place. My go-to in the neighborhood for brunch and dinner!
  • I meant "crostini" not "crusting"
  • New Italian restaurant where LuLu's used to be. Service & food were outstanding.
  • Packed on a Monday means its gotta be great- and it certainly did not disappoint. Classic Italian with a slightly modern twist on certain dishes
  • Great vibes here. Reasonably priced, some standouts like the limone pasta. Def stands up to the nearby competition.
  • Obviously better than graziella's but still pretty basic italian