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Pines of Rome
Posted by cs on 10/27/2014
Been to many many Italian restaurants but this is the tops!
Posted by Ellen on 12/17/2013
Been eating in and carrying out for over 20 years. The food is excellent. It's a Bethesda tradition. And I cannot imagine Bethesda w/o Pines! Their white pizza must be consumed hot, in house. It will be one of the best you ever eat. The regular pizza is also excellent -- eat in or carry out. I swear by their unusual lasagna and others swear by their Eggplant Parm. Hope they never sell out and go away!
Posted by Boston Jay on 11/13/2013
I've been eating at The Pines since the early 80's. Marco is a hands-on owner who has even personally prepared me Italian specialties on on the menu. I've eaten everything on the menu + specials at least 3 times and all have been superb, delicious, fresh, authentic Italian cuisine. Coming from an Italian from Boston's North End - is a real kudo. Marco buys only the best quality ingredients for his restaurant. My fav's - white pizza, calamari, sweet sausage...
Posted by S mohr on 08/11/2013
We absolutely love this place. Soft shell crabs, flounder and veal parm are perennial favorites. Our favorite waiters always know what we like and we seldom need to tell then what we would want. Love the Pines!
Posted by Dan on 09/05/2012
What a Gem. Most DC places are overpriced and not very good. Pines of Rome has restored my faith in DC restaurants. Good Italian food without breaking the bank. Pizza is best in DC area.
Posted by theresa on 07/09/2012
We thought this would be an authentic italian rest. we were sorely disappointed- the salad was very boring- the pasta was cooked ok-but alfredo tasted like flour-no spices in the marinara-no garlic anywhere- our waiter did not give specials-will not be returning
Posted by David on 03/08/2012
Not everything here is great (avoid the flounder), but the eggplant parmigiana and the cheese ravioli with marinara set the standard for excellence. The pizza isn't fancy, but it's very good--I recommend getting it with mushrooms. The regular salad is quite dull, but the family-sized salad is more interesting, with roasted peppers and things.