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Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.
GUIDE

Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.

Aldo’s Ristorante Italiano

306 S High St, Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 727-0700
City/County | Baltimore City
Neighborhood | Little Italy
Cuisine | Italian
Price

This family-owned restaurant imparts an imposing presence with stately columns, soaring ceilings, and formally clad servers. The finery is matched by the classic fare produced by chef/owner Aldo Vitale—from veal saltimbocca to house-made pastas enrobed in captivating sauces. The wine list features insightful picks.

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