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This was the first time dining at Al Forno. My daughter and I visited on a busy Friday night and were seated within 30 minutes because we called ahead and put our name on the list. We started with a drink at the upstairs bar,...More
We were invited to go to Al Forno with another couple who had been here before. I was surprised it was right across from the Hot Club, as I don't often think of this area of Providence when dining. There was free valet parking and...More
We had not been to Alfornos in quite some time and we now know why. My wife and I finally got seated at the bar (upstairs) and ordered our drinks. Right from the start we were treated quite rudely by ( believe it or not)...More
I went to Alforno many years ago and decided to try it again as I remember it being amazing. The special Pizza of the evening was very good however I have to say the beet and arugula salad was very small. For the price charged,...More
For the last 39 years this has been in my opinion the best restaurant in a city of excellent restaurants. My sole gripe is that they don’t take reservations for parties under six persons. But a hint- you can call ahead and put your name...More
Stopped in with a friend and had a wonderful dinner and evening. We ate at the upstairs bar and the food and service was superb. The pizzas were great, martinis stirred and service with a smile. The clam appetizer was a perfect combo with the...More
Ten of us were meeting in Providence to catch up and enjoy a nice dinner together so we selected Al Forno. We made a reservation (highly recommended no matter the size of your party) and were happy to find a parking lot dedicated to the...More
This restaurant came highly recommended as a local treasure. Our group felt somewhat special due to the fact that we were able to make reservations. It seems that they only take reservations for parties of six or larger and only on certain days. The wait...More
Recently had the pleasure of eating at Al Forno during a work trip based on the recommendation of a local, who is a foodie. We had a small issue with figuring out where to park. We went without reservations, arriving just about 6pm. We sat...More
they will take reservations for 6 or more persons, otherwise you can try to call in & put your name down so you don't have to stay there & wait. Once I had to wait close to 2 hours for a table of four. The other way to avoid... More
they will take reservations for 6 or more persons, otherwise you can try to call in & put your name down so you don't have to stay there & wait. Once I had to wait close to 2 hours for a table of four. The other way to avoid the wait is to get there before they open & wait.