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Posted by Jason on 01/27/2012
The service used to be great - not anymore. I went last week and almost walked out. What happened to the staff? There used to he several fantastic waitresses I don't see anymore. Even though the food is pretty good,I don't think I will be going back.
Posted by billy roberts on 10/16/2011
Best Italian food in Park Slope...easily. That includes the other places with the white table cloths. The tomato sauce is to die for.
Posted by Cathy on 08/19/2011
The best Italian food in the Slope with a great wine list. The wait service is wonderful. Nice private booths. Great for lunch or dinner. Pizza is delicious..paired with a great pizza wine..a fabulous meal. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone with kids, couples, or families.
Posted by anonymous on 08/05/2011
Excellent salads and pizza at affordable prices. The service is friendly, gracious and efficient. Tables and booths are spaced well apart for privacy and quiet. I rarely eat out these days, but when I do, this is where I usually eat in Park Slope.
Posted by Susan on 06/29/2011
The food at Da Nonna is very, very good. The staples (eggplant parm, pasta) are well done and classic. But the more unusual dishes (we tried a shrimp dish) was also very good. As for the "atmosphere"--the staff were welcoming, friendly, and very attentive. We had young children with us--their food came fast and first--a joy to a parent! Please stay for a looong time!
Posted by Frank Konikis on 06/22/2011
This is the best restaurant and service I have ever had come with family and friends. I love the food and the service great staff. I will continue to eat there.
Posted by President Street Anon on 05/24/2011
I've been living in Park Slope for nine years--this newcomer is without question the best "affordable" pizza in the neighborhood. La Villa is great for a splurge but I like having an option that doesn't cost $20 or $30 bucks for a pie. Have ordered three times already and hope this place sticks around. (Pino's makes a great whole wheat pie--that will be my next try at Da Nonna!)