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Al Tiramisu

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2014 P St NW
Washington, DC 20036
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(202) 467-4466
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Authentic as it comes..in a poser town brimming with mediocre restaurants, Al Tiramisu is a true gem. With an haute reverance for quality ingredients, home-grown traditions, and i...

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Treat yourself to a bit of Italy 12/16/2010

Authentic as it comes..in a poser town brimming with mediocre restaurants, Al Tiramisu is a true gem. With an haute reverance for quality ingredients, home-grown traditions, and impeccable service, you can count on a memorable experience each and every time. A must for special celebrations, romantic dinners or when you just need to cozy up to a beautiful plate of pasta, Luigi and his team will not let you down. more

Italians eating at an Italian Restaurant? Awesome! 10/7/2010

Huge Italian family sitting next to us will contest to the quality of the food there. The ambiance is very romantic, and the food divine. The tiramisu is perfect!! more

Cozy date spot 5/11/2010

Al Tiramisu is a great spot for a date night. The setting is warm and inviting. The only drawback is that the tables are very close together so you'll be on three dates at once. We ended up talking with the couple next to us and they easily could have eaten off of our plates. Once you're over the fact that your conversation isn't going to be private, it's a great place to enjoy fine italian food. The service is great and the wine list is extensive (although a bit pricey). Worth it if you;re looking for a nice night out. Pros: Romantic and cozy with Italian favorites Cons: Can seem overcrowded more

Glorious! 12/2/2009

THree friends and I dined at this quaint restaurant and it was a lovely experience indeed! We were greeted with alacrity and warmth and our waitor was so curteous and knowledgeable. He recommened a lovely red blend when I asked about the Chianti and I am quite glad we went with his recommendation. EVERYTHING was utterly delicious. I had the octopus to start, quite yummy. I tried my friend's scallops and they were equally tasty. I had the special lobster stuffed spinach ravioli and it was perfect! I tried my friend's lamb shank with soft polenta, which was cooked to perfection, and I was completely sold on this place: so flavourful, meat falling off the bone just as it should. We almost skipped dessert-- I am so glad we did not. This restaurant is not called Al Tiramisu for no reason...the tiramisu was divine! I look forward to my next trip to DC...I will definitely be dining here again. It's a great place to go for a cozy atmosphere and delicious food. Pros: The Tiramisu is to live for! more

2005 Fall Dining Guide 10/15/2005

By Tom Sietsema Washington Post Magazine Sunday, October 16, 2005 A man in a starched white chef's jacket strolls through the dining room carrying an earthy harbinger of fall: "The season's truffles!" trumpets owner Luigi Diotaiuti. All smiles, he holds out a bowl of what look like white rocks; their intoxicating perfume reminds you they're the kitchen equivalent of gold (and best enjoyed, shaved, over risotto). Despite its cramped and sometimes noisy quarters, Al Tiramisu remains the city's most joyful Italian experience. Part of this mood is encouraged by the convivial and attentive staff up front, but the cooks play along, too. They grill a fabulous veal chop, offer fish so fresh it almost flaps (look for treasures like turbot or Dover sole) and do pasta proud, be it ravioli filled with butternut squash and draped with a smooth walnut sauce, or tender gnocchi in an onion-sweetened tomato sauce. Dessert is a no-brainer: Just repeat the restaurant's name. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri: noon-2:30 pm, 5:30-10:30 pm; Sat: 5:30-10:30 pm; Sun: 5-9:30 pm
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    American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northwest, Dupont Circle, Northwest Washington

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