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Little Italy (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • New Baltimore restaurant prices its menu in euros

     
    Sam has started a storm of controversy over at Midnight Sun with his post on the new Milan Restaurant in Little Italy pricing its food and drink in euros as well as dollars. I'm not going to weigh in here......
  • Dining with the mob

     
    Urban legend had it when I first moved to Baltimore that Little Italy was so safe because the Mafia wouldn't let any petty criminals hurt the restaurant business there. I figured this was a rumor started by the restaurants......
  • Gino Troia speaks his mind

     
    If you haven't checked out the current issue of Style magazine, you should. It's the food issue, with some very interesting stuff in it. Thanks to Dahlink for pointing out the story about the Troias, who have been one of......
  • Restaurant news, gossip and crumbs

     
    Every once in a while when I clear out my inbox I end up with tidbits that don't quite fit anywhere else but are interesting.For instance, I got an e-mail yesterday from Meghan Welsh, a manager at Tsunami/Lemongrass downtown saying......
  • Restaurant mysteries

     
    Our Little Italy correspondent, Mr. Owl Meat, has been keeping me up to date on Velleggia's fate. Apparently the auction of the Little Italy restaurant, which was supposed to happen today, has been postponed without notice.In Velleggia's current...
  • Kudos to Cinghiale and more on the imaginary restaurant

     
    The September Bon Appetit is its 15th annual restaurant issue. In a story on the best Italian food in America, Baltimore's Cinghiale is featured for its wild mushroom crostini and fresh artichoke and white bean crostini (recipes included).Of course, I.......
  • Next Sunday's review

     
    Next Sunday I review Tapabar in Little Italy. I talk a lot about whether a non-Italian restaurant can survive in Little Italy, but maybe I ought to have thought about the question in broader terms. I don't have much sense......
  • Isabella's worth the return visits

    Isabella's worth the return visits
    There was another brick-oven pizza joint on the same corner spot in Little Italy where Isabella's is now. That place was good, but Isabella's, open now for 2 1/2 years, is better. I'm sorry I hadn't made it there sooner. The truth is that there's a good...
  • La Famiglia: A taste of Little Italy outside the neighborhood

    La Famiglia: A taste of Little Italy outside the neighborhood
    Can a restaurant be a neighborhood place and also a fine-dining establishment? La Famiglia, the restaurant that replaced Brasserie Tatin, is trying to be both, as many upscale eating places in this economy are. For the most part, it succeeds. It succeeds...
  • Early on, a stop for fresh horses

    The words "tight-knit" can be overused when describing a community, but not in Relay, where neighbors have formed their own book and card-playing clubs. Residents get together in the Baltimore suburb for the "Victorian Tea" in the spring and for community...
  • All signs point to home

    Families strolled in under flags of red, white and green. Workers from La Tavola stepped out into the drizzle for a better look. A quartet played Frank Sinatra's "Nancy (With the Laughing Face)." All of Little Italy seemed to have turned out yesterday...
  • 'Bursting with pride' in Little Italy

    Around the narrow streets of Baltimore's Little Italy yesterday, the O'Malley and Ehrlich placards were still hanging proudly in the windows of restaurants and Formstone rowhouses. But no one was talking about the men who duked it out in the race to...