I forgot to provide a star rating. I went there again last night, received terrific service and delectable fare once again... for the price you can't beat it. The prosciutto-wrapped quail, pork shoulder roast, fire-roasted olives, butternut squash soup, and a bottle of valpolicella for the win.
Love it! Get a bunch of the smaller sized plates and share. Chocolate pistachio dessert is awesome.
Absolutley wonderful service and food! Our waiter was knowledgable about the menu and very pleasant. The place is hopping!
I was visiting Charleston, SC for holiday and I asked around for the best Italian restaurant in town. I was pointed towards Al Di La in the West Ashley area of Charleston off of the Savannah Highway, My experience was excellent; the food was absolutely phenomenal and since I am from Alba, Italy I should know it was authentic and did I mention delicious! I was also very surprised to find some of the same cheeses and meats I get back home at my local trattoria (they must pay a lot in shipping). Although I can't say I would travel all the way from Italy to eat here, If I were in America it would definitely be worth the trip.
I first went to Pane e Vino last week for the $5 apps/wine and to check it out. The food was delicious and so was the atmosphere. The only issue was that I got there too late for the Wednesday deal because it ends at 8pm now (according to our waiter). I'm sure glad I stuck around though as I'm thinking about heading out there today. Its a must try in my book.
AWESOME! I have never had a bad experience at Pane and will continue to go back as long as possible. The service is great and so is the food and atmosphere.
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