Fantastic service. They make you feel welcome. Recommend a visit if you're interested in good Italian pastries.
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Piedigrotta is one of our favorite places in Baltimore. We have eaten breakfast, lunch, and dinner there - as well as just stopping in for dessert. Bruna and Antonio are charming, friendly, and experienced in running a bakery and getting to know their customers. You have to try the tiramasu...whether or not you believe Antonio invented it - it stands unparalleled in our minds, so we're believers!
I stopped at this bakery on the way home from work. As I walked into the store, there was the excellent aroma of baked goods that overcame me. I got the pomegranate gelato that was excellent-although the $4.50 price was high.
The place is right next to a large public housing project, so one might be careful, especially when it begins t get dark.
Hospitality was excellent as was the tiramisu. I am really not sure which was better! Save room for desert and take the short walk from the heart of Baltimore's Little Italy. This place is the best. I felt like I was at grandma's house. Don't miss out.
Great baked goods and a good selection of gelato. If you can focus on anything but dessert, you will realize that they also have great Italian food for each meal. I've had the meat pie and vegetables for breakfast. A light meat eater swooned over the meatballs. It is hard to choose from the array of food that they have prepared for each meal. Just as with the breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the sub sandwiches are large and probably more than you need to eat, but you will want to eat it all. Making all the food even better, is the family who operate the bakery, who will treat you as if you are a member of their family too.
This bakery falls just outside of the few streets that most residents consider Baltimore's Little Italy, but it is worth the walk. If you are visiting, your hotel concierge might recommend another place in Little Italy, but track this one down. You won't be sorry.