Della Notte Ristorante

★★★★☆
  • 801 Eastern Ave

    Baltimore, MD 21202

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  • 410-837-5500

About Della Notte Ristorante

Hours
Mon. - Thu. 11am - 10pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 11pm;Sun. 11:30am - 3pm

Food

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Della Notte recently hosted my son's rehearsal dinner. My son is the first of my kids to get married - so I was a bit nervous about the logistics - but as it turns out, I cannot say enough good things about the event. The staff went

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Della Notte recently hosted my son's rehearsal dinner. My son is the first of my kids to get married - so I was a bit nervous about the logistics - but as it turns out, I cannot say enough good things about the event. The staff went

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The prices and description of food did not match the quality at all. We had veal, which was thick, dry, over seasoned and inedible. Served with a side of undercooked potatoes and the thick chunky stalks of asparagus. The seafood pasta

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★★★★★

The prices and description of food did not match the quality at all. We had veal, which was thick, dry, over seasoned and inedible. Served with a side of undercooked potatoes and the thick chunky stalks of asparagus. The seafood pasta

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Della Notte inspired me to write my first review... Yes, it was that bad. I'm pretty sure the staff we experienced was using in between serving. The food was bottom of the barrel. How they can charge what they do beats me, but they probably will not much longer. We were there after a show one night, and we were one of 5 tables. I only have two good things to say about the experience. One, I know I never want to go back. Two, the olives they serve with the bread are pretty good.

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★☆☆☆☆

Della Notte inspired me to write my first review... Yes, it was that bad. I'm pretty sure the staff we experienced was using in between serving. The food was bottom of the barrel. How they can charge what they do beats me, but they probably will not much longer. We were there after a show one night, and we were one of 5 tables. I only have two good things to say about the experience. One, I know I never want to go back. Two, the olives they serve with the bread are pretty good.

Pros: Parking

Cons: The Rest

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The food at Della Notte is visually appealing as well as palate-pleasing. The menu always includes a variety of new appetizer and entree specialities as well as their delicious standard dishes like roast lamb and veal with wonderful wine reductions and pasta with seafood and savory sauces. The dessert menu is also varied and includes creme brulee, gelate, tiramisu & zabaglione. My husband and I always enjoy the spaciousness and lack of crowding in this beautifully appointed restaurant with soft music playing in the background and prompt, polite servers. They even pick you up & drop you off at the theater, symphony, etc., if you are going there. It's our favorite restaurant!! Also, they have their own parking lot which is a boon in downtown Baltimore.

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★★★★★

The food at Della Notte is visually appealing as well as palate-pleasing. The menu always includes a variety of new appetizer and entree specialities as well as their delicious standard dishes like roast lamb and veal with wonderful wine reductions and pasta with seafood and savory sauces. The dessert menu is also varied and includes creme brulee, gelate, tiramisu & zabaglione. My husband and I always enjoy the spaciousness and lack of crowding in this beautifully appointed restaurant with soft music playing in the background and prompt, polite servers. They even pick you up & drop you off at the theater, symphony, etc., if you are going there. It's our favorite restaurant!! Also, they have their own parking lot which is a boon in downtown Baltimore.

Pros: food, ambience, free parking

Cons: none

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Della Notte is a beautiful restaurant in Baltimore (with a tree growing inside the restaurant!) that offers a wonderful menu to go with the wonderful atmosphere. The pan seared scallops appetizer was delicious as were the entrees (I enjoyed the salmon). Fresh seafood and great Italian entrees.

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★★★★☆

Della Notte is a beautiful restaurant in Baltimore (with a tree growing inside the restaurant!) that offers a wonderful menu to go with the wonderful atmosphere. The pan seared scallops appetizer was delicious as were the entrees (I enjoyed the salmon). Fresh seafood and great Italian entrees.

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Della Notte is one of the finest restaurants in Baltimore's little Italy.

The menu offers an incredible array of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. My most favorite dish there was the braised rabbit. But of course, they have a wide variety of pastas and salads. My favorite: the Insalata de Fragoli, a very unique salad topped with strawberries, walnuts and goat cheese.

Be sure to save room for desert and espresso.

Great place for a romantic night out.

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★★★★★

Della Notte is one of the finest restaurants in Baltimore's little Italy.

The menu offers an incredible array of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. My most favorite dish there was the braised rabbit. But of course, they have a wide variety of pastas and salads. My favorite: the Insalata de Fragoli, a very unique salad topped with strawberries, walnuts and goat cheese.

Be sure to save room for desert and espresso.

Great place for a romantic night out.

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This is a solid Italian restaurant with some unique dishes. The chicken dishes are not as good as they sound on the menu (not bad either). The veal is excellent. Salads are unique and delicious. Desserts are highly rated. Overall service was a 10 and the atmosphere is fun. Very loud so I do not recommend this restaurant if you want to have an intimate conversation, unless you go when it is off peak times.

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★★★★☆

This is a solid Italian restaurant with some unique dishes. The chicken dishes are not as good as they sound on the menu (not bad either). The veal is excellent. Salads are unique and delicious. Desserts are highly rated. Overall service was a 10 and the atmosphere is fun. Very loud so I do not recommend this restaurant if you want to have an intimate conversation, unless you go when it is off peak times.

Pros: Unique menu

Cons: Expensive

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At the end of Interstate 83 is a wonderful restaurant on the outskirts of Little Italy that sells amazing Italian and Mediterranean foods. I went for their Sunday Jazz brunch. It was a great deal, for less than $30 you could eat amazing foods and have all of the mimosas and bloody Mary?s you could drink!

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At the end of Interstate 83 is a wonderful restaurant on the outskirts of Little Italy that sells amazing Italian and Mediterranean foods. I went for their Sunday Jazz brunch. It was a great deal, for less than $30 you could eat amazing foods and have all of the mimosas and bloody Mary?s you could drink!

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The food was generally excellent (Calamari was chewey), and the service was superior and very friendly, without being clingy. The atmosphere in the Rotunda was both comfortable and elaborate. We sat at a window overlooking a very busy intersection. THis restaurant just jumps put at anyone driving by - that is why we stopped in. I recommend it very highly for a later evening dining experience that you should not forget easily. Try their delicious "Whipped Cream and Strawberries" desert.

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★★★★★

The food was generally excellent (Calamari was chewey), and the service was superior and very friendly, without being clingy. The atmosphere in the Rotunda was both comfortable and elaborate. We sat at a window overlooking a very busy intersection. THis restaurant just jumps put at anyone driving by - that is why we stopped in. I recommend it very highly for a later evening dining experience that you should not forget easily. Try their delicious "Whipped Cream and Strawberries" desert.

Pros: Atmosphere, Food, Service

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We had the wedding rehersal dinner for my daughter at the Della Notte. THey sat 24 of us in the main dining area and let us order off the menu. Food was outstanding, served hot and very quick considering the number in our party. Service was top notch. Could not have been better!!!!

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We had the wedding rehersal dinner for my daughter at the Della Notte. THey sat 24 of us in the main dining area and let us order off the menu. Food was outstanding, served hot and very quick considering the number in our party. Service was top notch. Could not have been better!!!!

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The best food in Little Itlay, without question and the most extensive wine list in the city. The live entertainment at the piano bar made for a relaxing conclusion to one of the finest meals my husband and I have ever had.

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The best food in Little Itlay, without question and the most extensive wine list in the city. The live entertainment at the piano bar made for a relaxing conclusion to one of the finest meals my husband and I have ever had.

Pros: Free parking, Extensive wine list, Attentive wait staff

Cons: NONE!

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Beautiful decor. Yes, there is a tree in the center of the restaurant but it adds to the ambience. Great service. Great food. I have enjoyed this restaurant every time I have dined there which has been many times. A+!

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★★★★☆

Beautiful decor. Yes, there is a tree in the center of the restaurant but it adds to the ambience. Great service. Great food. I have enjoyed this restaurant every time I have dined there which has been many times. A+!

Pros: great food, nice atmosphere, reasonable pricing

Cons: parking

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Even if you can get past the ridiculous decor (a tree in the middle of the place) that trys to be NYC's Tavern on the Green (not even close), the awful waitstaff (don't they train these people?), and the high prices, the food is probably the worst in Little Italy.

Our hostess was too busy talking to one of the waiters about Bohagers than seating the three groups of people waiting to be seated. Once she decided to do her job, she was less than gracious about seating us.

With all of the true and traditional Italian restaurants in the area, it's amazing that this place stays in business. If you're looking to pay a lot for commerical Italian, you're at the right place. If you want real Italian, try any other place in Little Italy.

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★☆☆☆☆

Even if you can get past the ridiculous decor (a tree in the middle of the place) that trys to be NYC's Tavern on the Green (not even close), the awful waitstaff (don't they train these people?), and the high prices, the food is probably the worst in Little Italy.

Our hostess was too busy talking to one of the waiters about Bohagers than seating the three groups of people waiting to be seated. Once she decided to do her job, she was less than gracious about seating us.

With all of the true and traditional Italian restaurants in the area, it's amazing that this place stays in business. If you're looking to pay a lot for commerical Italian, you're at the right place. If you want real Italian, try any other place in Little Italy.

Pros: Good parking

Cons: expensive, poor service

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It's frozen. Or at least that is what our waitress told us when we were ordering. It was a business dinner and the client said that he could always tell a good Italian restaurant by its lasagna. She recommended we choose from the variety of specials instead. We did just that and had a very pleasant and interesting meal.

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★★★★☆

It's frozen. Or at least that is what our waitress told us when we were ordering. It was a business dinner and the client said that he could always tell a good Italian restaurant by its lasagna. She recommended we choose from the variety of specials instead. We did just that and had a very pleasant and interesting meal.

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romantic little bar, large & unique restaurant. great pasta & ambiance- uneven service.

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★★★★☆

romantic little bar, large & unique restaurant. great pasta & ambiance- uneven service.

Pros: great parking

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Now you can dine with the Roman emperors at Della Notte: owner Ted Julio purchased the marble busts from the defunct Haussner's. They do look impressive in the main dining area, a round room edged in comfortable banquettes. The food here…

 

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