Food was ok, nothing really outstanding. Menu was limited. Bread was good. Small restaurant in a plaza, lacked a bit of atmosphere.
We both had the tasty thin crust Capricciosa pizza. The owners and staff were very friendly, with loyal customers. Get their early as reservation are needed after 6:30 - 7pm. Parking is tight.
Sorry, but I don't understand the "rave" reviews. I thought it was expensive, noisy and average food. I can see the appeal as a neighborhood place and frankly, I wanted to love it. But the 4 of us were underwhelmed. The "short rib" pasta was ridiculous. The minuscule portion of meat was barely enough for taste, let alone a short... More
Fresh is foremost for the restaurant and not overly-complicated ingredients. Most of the time you can hear the conversation at your table and one is never rushed.
Pleasant, casual atmosphere with very professional, albeit reserved, staff. The food was very good, with serving sizes to keep you healthy. I had tortellini, which was very nice, as was the pasta y fagioli soup.
Yes this place is tightly packed, as others have noted, but we still felt like our meal and conversation was private. The ravioli with ricotta and spinach, and a zucchini sauce, melted in my mouth. My husband had the minestrone which was chock full of vegetables and delicious, followed by the whole Mediterranean fish, which they presented, then de-boned, and... More
I went here with a friend and had reservations and dressed nicely etc. We were seated in a nice area and most of the staff was nice. The maitre de also seemed to double as a waiter at times and was a bit snobby. Our regular waiter was very nice as were the rest of the staff. My friend had... More
Divino is a very good Italian restaurant with adriatic flare. Service is impeccable, food is just delicious. Ambiance makes you feel very comfortable. Great time with great food.
Tucked in a little plaza, a very intimate place with great italian food and wine. The perfect pasta and pizza! Great service. Not so sure of the ouside seating...overlooking the parking and tables are super close to each other.
After moving to Brentwood and hearing raves about Divino's we went for dinner. Not knowing if our first impression was accurate, we went back a second time and left with the same impression. First, the food was uniformly excellent, than cannot be disputed. But at prices that are very high for a neighborhood restaurant, I expect more. Our experience at... More
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