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217 South High Street, Baltimore, 21202 [Map]
Da Mimmo, the Italian restaurant is a destination for many famous people travelling through Baltimore and a place where celebrities dine. The walls of its Roman Cocktail Lounge are adorned with photographs of Dustin Hoffman, Ben Veeren, John Travolta and Tom Selleck among other stars from the world of sports and entertainment.
Started by Mimmo Cricchio and his wife Mary Ann in 1984, Da Mimmo serves original family recipes handed down from generations past and creations gathered from chefs all over the world. When Mimmo passed away, Masood Masoodi the executive chef wanted to carry on the tradition of serving classic Italian food. Masoodi is so committed to this endeavour, that he recently spent three months in the kitchen of the famous Le Sirenuse, in Positano, South Italy learning new recipes. The result is new offerings of risotto alla pescatore, involtini di vitello and souffle di melanzane.
In true Italian style, the menu is segregated into antipasti, zappa or soups, salads, pasta, vegetable and dessert sections. Despite Shakespeare's observation on the unimportance of a name, when you order pollo, vitello, manzo or pesce, the pedestrian fowl, veal, beef and seafood take on a romantic and exotic flavour. And the crowning glory is they are lovingly cooked to perfection.
Some of the restaurant's signature dishes are veal chop Florentina, flatteringly cut at two and a half inch thickness, butter fried, and char broiled with extra virgin olive oil and a dash of rosemary, garlic and sage as also the popular swordfish Mediterraneo, fresh centre cut swordfish broiled to perfection with a touch of olive oil, lemon juice capers and onions.
The creamy lobster tettrazzini, open faced seafood ravioli and the tenderloin veal in black truffle Barolo wine sauce with brandy and black pepper are other mouth-watering options. Music fans would be keen to try the tortellini Pavarotti, created in Luciano Pavarotti's honor when the opera star dined there.
In the two decades since Da Mimmo started, it has won numerous prestigious awards for its cuisine and service, most recently "Favorite Restaurant in the State of Maryland" by the Restaurant Association of Maryland in 2008. The three dining rooms and the tented parking area have catered for large conventions of almost eight hundred. The complimentary limousine pick up and the free parking area add to the experience of warm Italian hospitality and great food. So get a taste of Italy and visit their Website.
4 East Madison Street, Baltimore, 21202 [Map]
Some people go to 4 East Madison Inn out of sheer curiosity to discover what brought Eleanor Roosevelt, Katherine Hepburn and a host of other celebrities to this place, while the rest just go there to just relive the experience. Whatever the reason, if you're looking for a personal restaurant experience at Feast, a refreshing stay in one of their guest rooms and a wake up call to breakfast at the garden, look no further.
The cooking emphasises on seasonal, local ingredients, prepared simply with a French-Mediterranean twist, so first bring along the savoury seasonal tart, house-made charcuterie or light plates of Provençal style Atlantic mussels with baguette, and sliced lamb on greens with shaved red onion and artisan feta. Main courses include roasted half organic chicken, bison steak with creamy polenta and mushroom medley, and wild rockfish with tarragon-mustard drizzle on French lentils. Finally a crème surprise or seasonal fruit dessert of the day should help end proceedings.
French, Mediterranean, Vegan
9711 Fort Meade Road, Laurel, 20708 [Map]
American, Fast Food, Healthy, Pizza, Sandwiches, Steak
720 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, 21202 [Map]
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar has set new standards, raising the bar for excellence in steakhouses by winning awards for their food, wine and service. While prime beef is king, their exclusive wines are in the race for top spot too.
The staff at Fleming's believe there is an art to eating well, so their steaks are hand-cut daily and are carefully marbled for four weeks, their flavor enhanced with salt and pepper and then cooked at very high temperature to seal their juices. Some of the star attractions are double thick pork rib chop baked with apple cider creole mustard, julienne of apples and celery root and the Daily Chef Specials selection may capture the attention of hearty eaters. Seared scallops are served with a lobster cream sauce and a puff pastry of sautéed vegetables, while tuna mignon is seared rare with poppy seed au poivre and tomato sherry vinaigrette.
Fleming's has the rare distinction of offering over one hundred wines by the glass. True connoisseurs, they offer well known as well as exclusive boutique wines served at optimum temperatures. They help guests take a step towards becoming more knowledgeable, by inviting them to sample trios of two ounce servings in individual carafes and compare them with specially designed wine flights.
American, Dinner, Steak
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