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Our family owned and operated business has been around for two generations and 59 years. Today we continue our family traditions in our corner Pastry Shop with the same old world recipes my Daddy brought over with him from Italia. Stop into on of our 4 shops for some treats in Little Italy, Belair, Canton, and Hunt Valley.
$5 - $11
Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Takeout, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
All reviews cannoli italian cookies pastry cream puffs rum cake italian pasta panini great pastries amazing desserts little italy sweet tooth behind the counter worth the wait inner harbor napoleon cappuccino calories
I was staying around the corner at a hotel, went to dinner down the block at Mo's and after dinner took 20 steps down the block and BAM, I was at Vaccaro's. This is some spot. You can't go wrong, I bought some cannoli's and...More
You simply can't go wrong at Vaccaro's as it is as authentic as any that I expericed in the year I lived in Italy. The treats here take me back each and every time I am fortunate enough to have time to stop in (which...More
I love the Italian Cafe feel of this place. The service was friendly and well timed. The muffuletta was incredible on Pressed Focaccia bread. Definitely a good choice this was an original among Italian immigrants in New Orleans, Louisiana, using the same bread. Delicious. The...More
Response from Nicolette V | Property representative |
No, we did not. They had a party of 9 and we could not add a chair to the table because of a fire hazard. They just needed to wait for another table to open. This had nothing to do with a wheelchair as this would have been... More
No, we did not. They had a party of 9 and we could not add a chair to the table because of a fire hazard. They just needed to wait for another table to open. This had nothing to do with a wheelchair as this would have been the case with any party of 9 with or without a wheelchair. They decided to get carry out and not wait.