Italian cuisine was born when, after building the city of Rome, Romulus and Remus discovered Greece didn’t deliver to their new address. Taste the origins of an empire with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $27 for a Sunday brunch with unlimited bloody marys and mimosas for two (a $50 value)
- $27 for $50 worth of anything on the menu, valid Sunday–Friday
- $35 for $50 worth of anything on the menu, valid anytime
During Sunday brunch, chefs forge made-to-order omelets, applewood-smoked bacon, and smoked salmon with capers and hard-boiled eggs. For dinner, they toss jumbo lump crab with spicy pepper marinara to create seafood fra diavolo and smother braised veal shanks with marsala demi-glace for Cioppino over fettuccine.
Portalli's Chef Keith Holsey portions his dishes according to the traditional Italian four-course meal. This doesn't stop the chef from crafting a menu of creatively interpreted Italian classics, though, such as Cioppino over fettuccine or Salmon con Granchio. Chef Holsey's creations consist of uncomplicated flavors that, according to the Baltimore Sun, allow "good and simple ingredients to work together." Portalli's also caters to families with dishes such as spaghetti and meatballs or meatball flatbread pizza, which teaches kids about fractions so they don't have to learn about them on the street.
86% of 2,063 customers recommend
“Great food and service!”
“This brunch is the best kept secret in Old Ellicott City! Even full price would have been totally worth it as the quality of food was excellent. We will definitely...”
“This brunch is the best kept secret in Old Ellicott City! Even full price would have been totally worth it as the quality of food was excellent. We will definitely go back. The Pianist upstairs singing and playing was such a nice touch and I was ever grateful that others, as we had, also left their kiddos at home. FANTASTIC date brunch with the Hubby - thank you!!!!”
“The omelets are great and made to order even during brunch buffet.”