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"Family owned & operated progressive Italian Bistro & Wine Bar specializing in classic Italian favorites as well as an eclectic mix of non-traditional entrees & small plates from a variety of culinary & cultural backgrounds. We offer a three course prix fixe menu nightly, available with hand chosen wines to compliment each course. We also feature a comfortable wine bar with an extensive wine list and a full bar featuring a specialty martini list."
Unless you've been there, it's hard to grasp what distinguishes Aldo's from its neighboring Little Italy restaurants. A lot of it has to do with chef Aldo Vitale's craftsmanship and his insistence on using locally purveyed ingredients, and on how you swell you feel in the double rowhouses' various Italianate rooms, all of them crafted by Vitale himself. Regulars have their favorite tables, waiters, and dishes. Aim high and fat: The tournedos Rossini gilds a filet mignon with foie gras, black-truffle oil, porcini, and wild mushroom sauce.
There's been an upscale revamping and the pizzas have been gussied up. The immense burgers, though, are still here.
It's Amicci's own damn fault if it's universally thought of us a one-dish wonder--pane rotundo! pane rotundo! It's hardly genetic coding, just a pile of garlicky jumbo shrimp in a bread bowl, but it's fantastic. Better to think of Amicci's as the rare restaurant that succeeds in doing precisely what it promises, offering a moderately priced, youthful, and casual alternative to its family-oriented and/or fussier Little Italy competitors. A new adjacent bar and lounge is promised for the near future, giving the neighborhood something it amazingly has never really had--a place to hang out.
B is one of those neighborhood restaurants that feels like a well-kept secret even though it's been around for years. The ever-changing array of homemade ravioli and seasonal fare impresses.
Homemade Italian food offered for comfortable dine in or take-out. Pizza, Calzones, Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Subs, Strombolis, Entrees, Pasta, Desserts, and even Greek Specialties are 100% delectable. Catering of your event is also available to meet your customized needs.
With more than 100 items to choose from, the cold and hot bars offer a wide variety of dishes from Italian to Chinese to American, suiting vegetarians and meatlovers alike. Wide selection of hot and cold sandwiches from our deli menu, featuring Boar's Head products.
Enjoy crab cakes, seafood, and pasta overlooking the Inner Harbor in Fells Point.
Old-school Italian cooking in an old-school fine-dining setting: Caesar's Den serves its zesty dishes in a white table cloth dining room that feels like it hasn't changed décor since Frank and Dino topped the pops. The well-balanced fare probably follows recipes even older. Alongside the usual anitpasti, zuppe, and capellini and linguine dishes you'll find specialties such as the peppery penne alla rigoletto (pasta with arugula and radicchio in a gorgeously aromatic Gorgonzola cream sauce) and the striking fettuccine nere con arugula, an elegantly simple black pasta with garlic, olive oil, and arugula for which it's worth returning.
Cafe Mezzanotte is an authentic Italian restaurant offering superb food, fine wine and outstanding service.
At Cafe Mezzanotte, you are offered a seemingly endless menu infused with flavour and varitey featuring innovative pasta and fresh seafood dishes, choice meats cooked to perfection and a list of nightly features.
"Award-winning family owned fast food carry-out, well-known for its huge cheese steak subs. More than twenty varieties of subs available and other specialty items. After over fifty years in Logan Village in Dundalk, the family has sold and moved its operations to the Captain Harvey's Submarines location at 1543 Merritt Boulevard in the Danville Square Shopping Center. They now offer home delivery, workplace delivery, and new menu items to compliment the huge cheese steaks including wraps of all kinds and 'Two Fork Cakes,' delcious cakes whose slices are so big, you need two forks to eat them."
Casual dining, carry out and local delivery. Homemade pizza dough and sub rolls made fresh daily. Homemade pizza sauce, good quality ingredients, fresh produce. For those tired of chain and franchise pizza. Pasta dinners, salads, soups, appetizers, subs, calzone, stromboli, pizza, desserts.
"Our company stores are a feast for the eyes and the palate, welcoming you with authentic Italian hospitality. As you walk through our doors, a friendly and knowledgeable Ceriello staff member greets you, ready to offer advice on our extensive line of gourmet Italian cuisine. Browse our counters and shelves of Italian delicacies, enjoy a sample of one of our homemade entrées or have one of our seasoned butchers prepare the perfect cut of our dry-aged prime beef to order."
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