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“Great italian cousine”
Review of Aldo's Restaurant

Aldo's Restaurant
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Ranked #132 of 2,089 Restaurants in Baltimore
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $31 - $50
Cuisines: Italian
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Special occasions
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Fine Dining
Neighborhood: Little Italy
Cross street: Fawn Street
Description: “One of the best Italian restaurants in America” / "The wine list at Aldo's is exemplary, easily one of the best on the east coast” / “This is clearly a labor of familial love, and it shows in every dish" -- John Mariani (of Esquire Magazine), 2012 Aldo’s is Baltimore’s most celebrated Italian restaurant. Aldo's features Chef/Owner Aldo Vitale's delicately balanced southern-influenced regional Italian cuisine, served in sumptuously appointed rooms steeped in classical Italian tradition. The media rave about Aldo's, calling it "An Italian Masterpiece" (NY Times) and have recognized Aldo's for offering Maryland's "Best Private Dining" (The Baltimore Sun) and "Baltimore's Best Private Dining Rooms" (Baltimore Magazine). Private dining rooms include a belowground, climate-controlled Wine Cellar and a Medici-inspired Library. Visit the website at www.aldositaly.com for a virtual tour. * Complimentary shuttle service is provided to downtown area hotels *
Reviewed May 13, 2014

For those who want to taste a little bit of italian cousine, I recomend this restaurant. Located in a charming neighborhood, walking distance from all hotels located at the Inner Harbor waterfront. Don´t miss the tiramissu desert.

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Thank Andre A
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Reviewed March 30, 2014

My husband and I took my son there on a Sunday night (which is nice and quiet in the restaurant). Valet parking. Wait staff is very attentive. Appetizers were excellent. My son had mushroom risotto which was excellent, I had caprese salad with burratta which was excellent. Bolognese was superb. Pasta was so light and thin very flavorful , surf and crab cake was awesome, tournedos of beef was also excellent. Sicilian canoli was good, tiramisu was still a bit frozen (only down side). Waiter recommended an excellent wine. Can't wait to come back. $300 for three so expect to spend $$$.

Thank Ssc3201
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Reviewed March 26, 2014

We came here as a large group that was attending a conference at a nearby hotel. We were seated in the large room upstairs. The service was EXCELLENT!! They did not miss a beat when it came to taking care of our group. The food was delicious! We could choose from a pasta, veal or chicken dish and all were very well received. The desserts were to die for!!! The chocolate dessert and tiramisu were sinful!!!

Just a cute little place located in Little Italy, very close to several hotels nearby, would highly recommend!

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Thank JJJG
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Reviewed March 18, 2014

Food was amazing; the veal francese melted in my mouth. Service was attentive, quick, and entertaining. Tiramisu for dessert was terrific. Our special tour of the cheese cave and wine cellar topped off the night for us!

Thank jeweber02
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Reviewed March 10, 2014

The food was decent but that is all. We visited during restaurant week at the suggestion of our hotel. We were seated in the basement which was surprising but not of us complained because it afforded us privacy until....they seated six adults and two infants at the only other table. The children were the best behaved of the group! The adults were so loud and obnoxious we left asap. We complained to our lovely waiter and at least 3 other individuals. No adjusts to our rather outrageous bill or an offer of a drink etc. It was a horrible dining experience and the worst I have ever experienced in many years of dining out. I know Aldo's cannot control the behavior of their clientele, but this was extreme and they knew it.

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Thank Susan D
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