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Al Di La

March 06, 2013

Al Di La chef Joaquin Bustos keeps customers happy with steaming bowls of gnocchi, tagliatelle, and pappardelle

Jonathan Boncek

Al Di La chef Joaquin Bustos keeps customers happy with steaming bowls of gnocchi, tagliatelle, and pappardelle

Avondale might not look like the Northern Italian countryside, but it feels that way at Al Di La. Grab a glass of wine at the bacaro or a bowl of gnocchi and take that trip to the Piedmont that you’re still saving up for.
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Al di La is good but so limited...Boring to say the least...For West Ashley it is a homerun...Nuff Said...SMD

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