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2. al di la
There's something about Italian food and date meals. Made with love, by another husband-and-wife team, each course and wine selection at this pioneering Park Slope restaurant is a blessing for more dates to come. The earthy, brick-laden interior as well as ragu sauce clinging to tagliatelle will take you away like a Venetian gondola for a night. Share the buttery, beet-filled ravioli or braised rabbit for a taste of the old world in your town.