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Choose from Four Options
- $21 for $40 for Italian cuisine for two or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $20 for $40 for Italian cuisine for two or more, valid Friday or Saturday
- $40 for $80 for Italian cuisine for four or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $40 for $80 for Italian cuisine for four or more, valid Friday or Saturday
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Nestled in Little Italy, Ciao Bella presents a menu of Northern and Southern Italian cuisine crafted by Chef Tony Gambino. Along with his family, Chef Tony serves up edible treasures such as gnocchi alla vodka, which features housemade potato dumplings simmered in vodka cream sauce with garlic and basil. His meaty eats include a succulent center-cut pork chop, which he grills and finishes with a madeira-wine sauce, as well as traditional Italian dishes such as chicken parmigiana and veal saltimbocca with prosciutto and imported provolone cheese. Rather than leaving the restaurant in the hands of robots that run on spaghetti, Tony takes a very hands-on approach, which is why he created the wine list himself. With more than 40 labels, the list dazzles palates with bottles of reds and whites from all across Italy, as well as New World wines from regions such as Napa and Sonoma Valley.
Inside Ciao Bella, white tablecloths drape over tables in a dining room ideal for special nights out or intimate dinners. Private rooms also accommodate parties of varying sizes and have even hosted celebrities such as Steven Van Zandt and Max Weinberg.
83% of 723 customers recommend
“Amazing, delicious food, excellent menu, excellent service, well worth the visit, the time and the cost with or without a groupon.”
“Very good meal, good wine selection at reasonable prices and walking distance to some great Baltimore "Hot Spots".”
“Thought it was a fun place for dinner and we liked our waiter. Ceiling in fireplace room should be addressed :)”