A Ravens Tale at Chazz: A Bronx Original

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003367" title="Chazz Palminteri" href="/topic/entertainment/chazz-palminteri-PECLB003367.topic">Chazz Palminteri</a> may be a longtime Giants fan, but he's warmed up to the Ravens. When Chazz Palminteri heard that <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008514" title="Ray Lewis" href="/topic/sports/football/ray-lewis-PESPT008514.topic">Ray Lewis</a> was dining, with 20 friends (among them <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000008627" title="Jarret Johnson" href="/topic/sports/football/jarret-johnson-PESPT000008627.topic">Jarret Johnson</a> and Haloti Ngata) at <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/chazz-a-bronx-original-baltimore">Chazz: A Bronx Original</A>, he sent Lewis this message through a manager: "Please thank Ray for coming in and tell him Chazz said he is the greatest middle linebacker from sideline to sideline that ever lived." (True.) Lewis dined on calamari fritti, a tricolore salad and pan-seared salmon. Johnson had the chicken parmigiana, Ngata the fusilloni caprese.

( Baltimore Sun photo/Colby Ware / August 31, 2011 )

Chazz Palminteri may be a longtime Giants fan, but he's warmed up to the Ravens. When Chazz Palminteri heard that Ray Lewis was dining, with 20 friends (among them Jarret Johnson and Haloti Ngata) at Chazz: A Bronx Original, he sent Lewis this message through a manager: "Please thank Ray for coming in and tell him Chazz said he is the greatest middle linebacker from sideline to sideline that ever lived." (True.) Lewis dined on calamari fritti, a tricolore salad and pan-seared salmon. Johnson had the chicken parmigiana, Ngata the fusilloni caprese.

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