Luigi’s, a DC institution, was only OK this time. After reading the positive TA reviews, decided to take friends. Ambience was old-school Italian, including red and white checkered tablecloths. Made a reservation several days in advance. When we showed up, no one was available to help us and then we were told there was no record of our reservation. After a lengthy wait, a table became available. Service was average and the waiter struggled with English. Food started off great – cheesy garlic bread was a winner. Bottle of Chianti was run-of-the-mill for the price ($38). Entrees were no better than we could make at home. Pasta entrees were over-served with pasta with no substance. We went elsewhere for dessert.
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