Reasonable, traditional Italian food, maybe a little overpriced, in Little Italy, convenient to Inner Harbor.
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My wife and I went to celebrate with a nice dinner for our 30th anniversary. We had been there before about 12 years ago and found it to be one of the nicer restaurants in Little Italy. It was helpful that they had free parking...More
Calamari was excellently prepared. Veal piccata was perfectly prepared. Tiramisu was the perfect end to a wonderful meal. Thanks, Josh (our waiter) for your wine suggestion and the ride back to the hotel (complimentary ride)
Atmosphere is spot on Italian (romantic) with live piano wafting in from the bar area. The ownership is on top of things from the very beginning and sure to see that your experience is the very best. We started with Sauteed Calamari. I enjoyed the...More
I am in Baltimore for the national lacrosse meeting with another coach and very good friend. We chose Da Mimmo from Open Table. In brief, it was excellent. The restaurant is in Little Italy close to Fells Point. We walked to it from the inner...More
We began coming here from out of town about 15 years ago, never once have I been disappointed. Tonight was another great culinary experience. We shared a stuffed portobello for a starter with their garlic bread , outstanding ! The Veal Chop and Lobster combo...More
Had never been here. Was quite disappointed. Seems to be relying on what might have been 25 years ago. Prices high, quality generally low. Appetizer calamari - over battered, tough and appeared to be not prepared on premises. Served with room temprature bland marinara sauce....More
Our doorman recommended this fine Italian restaurant in the Little Italy neighborhood of Baltimore. The restaurant has a pick up service too from the hotel. The hosts greeted us warmly and we were taken to our table. The interior decoration was classy and the owner's...More
The food was somewhat over priced and not amazing but good. The place is legendary but has evidently fallen off its legendary status. We had the shrimp on pasta and chicken piccata. Pretty good but not the best we ever had.
This older restaurant in Little Italy was recommended by a friend of a friend for my birthday dinner while I was attending a conference in Baltimore. I do love authentic Italian food, and was excited about having a nice dinner. This was not terrible, but...More