Al Dente

Row 1

Details
3201 New Mexico Ave NW, Ste E
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 244-2223
Italian, Pizza
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Roberto Donna cooks dinner for a mere four diners at a kitchen counter at Robertos 4, a restaurant-within-a-restaurant inside Al Dente.
  • Esquire Magazine named chef Roberto Donna 2012 Chef of the year and named Al Dente one of the Best new Restaurants of 2012
  • La Forchetta is supposed to be opening in early April!
  • Awesome food. Fabulous wines. Eat at the pizza bar and watch them make pizzas in the cool fire pit.
  • Best branzino
  • The food is delicious and the service is spot on! Take your time to read the menu because there's plenty to enjoy!
  • the bread here. is. greatness!
  • Tagliatelle with wild boar ragu! Delicious!!!
  • Good happy hour every day
  • This is not cathedral heights.
  • Bitches Who Brunch voted Al Dente as being the best brunch for the family and as having the best frittata in 2012!
  • Excellent meatballs.
  • One complimentary bottle of specially selected wine with each Uber receipt from ride taken to Al Dente from 10/16/13 - 10/18/13. Offer only valid with an order of two courses.
  • Free mini golf with your uberX receipt from 10/16/13 - 10/18/13! #DCLOVESuberX
  • Delicious food...but very average and slow service. Polenta fries and pesto lasagna were amazing! Pizza was delicious as well.
  • Very pleased with the food here. Some good, less expensive options too.
  • Polenta fries and gnocchi were awesome, and there's free parking!
  • La Forchetta recently changed its name to Al Dente, my guess is so that it doesn't get mixed of with the French restaurat La Fourchette in Adams Morgan.
  • The trofie and calamarata were phenomenal. Also the sangria isn't on the menu but it's fantastic!
  • Don't miss chef Roberto Donna's house-made timpano, a bubbling baked torte of maccheroni pasta with meatballs, tomato sauce, mozzarella and eggs: