Classics: Not much has changed since Emiliano...

Devra Ferst
August 29, 2014

Not much has changed since Emiliano Coppa and Anna Klinger opened Park Slope's Al di Là in 1998 and that's how both the owners and regulars like it. A number of menu items including the Swiss chard and ricotta malfatti, and braised rabbit on top of polenta, have been mainstays since the beginning. Charlotte Druckman stops by on a Sunday night to eat and to chat with the owners: "We didn't open to make a bang...We opened to have our own place and a better life," says Coppa. [NYT]
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