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

Dining Guide

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

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Arturo’s Trattoria

1660 Crain Hwy S, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(410) 761-1500
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City/County | Anne Arundel County
Cuisine | Italian

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Arturo’s Trattoria specializes in the highest quality, fresh-daily seafood, prime cuts of meat, homemade pasta, and local produce. The restaurant’s cozy, yet elegant, atmosphere provides an environment suitable for romantic occasions, as well as business functions and private events.


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With the opening of Arturo’s Trattoria, chef/owner Arturo Ottaviano brings to Northern Anne Arundel County the same exquisite Italian coastal cuisine that established his flagship restaurant, Osteria 177, as the number one fine dining experience in Annapolis.

In addition to the extensive and creative menu, the chef offers a host of unique daily specials, featuring delicacies such as soft shell crabs and squid ink pasta. Arturo’s also provides prix-fixe menus for any type and size of group, from rehearsal dinners to corporate meetings.

Located conveniently near BWI Airport and situated on the same site as Trattoria Alberto, a long-time staple for high-quality Italian fare, Arturo’s Trattoria brings a welcome and much-anticipated new dining option to the area.

A true culinary oasis for those seeking the finest regional Italian cuisine, Arturo Ottaviano continues in the tradition of his predecessor, while adding unique, creative, and surprising menu options.


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