AIDA Bistro and Wine Bar

In December 2010, Mary and Joe Barbera relocated <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/aida-bistro-and-wine-bar-columbia">AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar</A>, their forward-looking, season-following and enduringly popular Italian restaurant, from its original strip-center home to a free-standing building, just across the way in a sprawling Columbia office park. The original location had the intimate feel of a family-run bistro, but it always lacked a few things that the Barberas wanted, principally enough kitchen space to sustain a lunchtime operation and a bar area where people could gather before their meal, or just because they wanted a nice space to meet friends for a glass of wine and a bite to eat.

( Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun / January 14, 2011 )

In December 2010, Mary and Joe Barbera relocated AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar, their forward-looking, season-following and enduringly popular Italian restaurant, from its original strip-center home to a free-standing building, just across the way in a sprawling Columbia office park. The original location had the intimate feel of a family-run bistro, but it always lacked a few things that the Barberas wanted, principally enough kitchen space to sustain a lunchtime operation and a bar area where people could gather before their meal, or just because they wanted a nice space to meet friends for a glass of wine and a bite to eat.

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