The place is old looking inside and out. The pizza had raw large bits of vegetables with undercooked cheese underneath. Manny & Olga's tastes better and its around the corner.
I came to the Pines of Rome quite often with my family as a kid but it has been about 10-12 years since my last meal here (old location). But let me tell you what, the quality has NOT changed. I was so excited to go with some cousins and a few days later I’m still thinking about it. This has to be a top contender for Italian cuisine in the DMV area. Very simple atmosphere but top notch! Our appetizers were killer and the eggplant parm was rockin! Thank you for keeping up your quality and product. I wish to be back soon!
I've been dining at the Pines since the early 80s, at their old location on Hampden Lane. I don't get to Bethesda often but decided to grab an early dinner at their new location of 5 years on Cordell Avenue, my first visit there. Although they're in a new and larger space, the menu, atmosphere and delicious, traditional cooking remains as good as ever. I started with their famous white pizza with fontina and my main was veal parmesan (don't @ me!). Delizioso! Can't wait to go back.
Food seemed ok. The waiter could not understand English very well. It was hard to communicate our order.
Mr Marco has been in business for the last 40 years, and he still runs the place under his strict supervision; as a result derive is fast, and food is delicious! You should try the white fontina cheese pizza, no other place makes it like the Latino guys there
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