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Amicci"s is a "Very" Casual Eatery & Bar located in Baltimore's Little Italy. Home of the Famous Pane Rotundo appetizer. Amicci's serves the freshest seafood, chicken, vegetarian, and pasta dishes in Baltimore. Come and discover what the "Locals" have known for over 20 years. Amicci's has been named Baltimore's Best Italian Restaurant, and Best Bargain. Eat, Drink, and be VERY Casual! Located just a few blocks from the Inner Harbor,The National Aquarium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium, and many other theaters, museums, and attractions. Our Bar serves the Best Happy Hour in Baltimore! Great deals are waiting for you at Amicci's...where the emphasis is on the center of the plate. We offer great portions that are reasonably priced because we don't want to be a "special occasion" restaurant. Amicci's wants to see you all of the time! "Meet You At Amicci's!" -**Due to limited online availability, please contact restaurant directly if desired time is not shown**
Baltimore, MD 21202
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer large quantities of select menu items for your home or office parties. Plenty of delicious selections from our off-premise catering menu are always available for you to carry out.
There is street parking available in Little Italy for a maximum of 3 hours daily. There are also 2 nearby flat lots, and 2 nearby multi-level garages within a short walk of our front door. There"s always parking available in Little Italy.
Charm City Circulator is a free transit service that runs throughout downtown Baltimore. Also, we are minutes away from MTA and light rail stops.
Roland Keh & Scott Panian
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private dining areas from 20 to 70 guests at Amicci's.
We have a Fixed Price menu for $24.99 per person for parties over 15.
Private Party Contact:
Jody Baker: (410) 528-1096
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Amicci's Ratings and Reviews
Amicci's is my go-to place in Baltimore's Little Italy. You can find better places, but they cost 4x as much. In the end, I think Amicci's offers the best of the Little Italy experience (cute old Baltimore building, solid food, great service) for the best price!
Enjoyed a big family gathering for a mid-week dinner. Food was great (apps and dinner) and arrived quickly and hot. However, once it was on the table, we almost never saw our server again...a little frustrating. Had to go find them for silverware and the check. They were very polite the whole time...when they were there.
Went with a family party of nine. Seated in the back, which was perfect. Gluten-free options for all the pasta dishes were made with steamed broccoli instead of pasta and they were WONDERFUL. Nice to have something more creative than sticky gluten-free pasta that everyone else serves. Wait staff was friendly. LOVED our experience and would recommend to anyone.
Amicci's has always been our go to place for business lunches. I have to say that I was very disappointed the last visit. The food is consistently good however the restaurant's attempt to "go green" is really frustrating. When I asked for a straw I was told that they are a green restaurant and that straws are really bad for the environment. I think the restaurant should give someone a straw, if requested. And as it turned out, there was food stuck on the rim of my drinking glass so I requested a new one. Exactly the reason I wanted a straw! I guess also "green" was the take out container or lack thereof. Eggplant parm. wrapped in aluminum foil does not transport well. Paper napkins though, interesting. Guess washing cloth saves water!!!!
Amicci's was recommended to us by a friend as I had some colleagues in town and we wanted a nice Italian place to eat not in the Inner Harbor. This was perfect - but note, it is much easier to walk over from the Hotels near the Inner Harbor than to try and find a parking spot.
Overall the food was delicious - the house dressing was tasty and my entree (the Isabella) was wonderful. Management seems to be cutting corners in the weirdest places though. My house salad had A tomato and HALF a slice of cucumber. Friends order the caesar salad and each came with A single crouton. Our left over pasta dishes (w/sauce) were packaged for us in sheets of foil - which seems rather strange and potential for leaks and messes. The service left much to be desired, our waitress was not very attentive and we had to try to catch her on the rare occasion that she did end up in our part of the restaurant. Food gets an A+, Service maybe a C, and random weirdness/cheapness on the restaurant's part C.
The service was great!
Food came out super fast, just a few minutes after we placed our order. We ordered chicken parmigiana and eggplant parmigiana, both were great, but the eggplant parm was the star. Hands down one of the best eggplant parmesan dishes we have ever had. For dessert we ordered the cannoli and were underwhelmed. Would eat here again!
Great food, great prices, great service. Pasta Corleone was so good, I've dreamed about going back for more. Only negative was thinking the way our left overs were packaged for take away, in foil packet. No good, dripped all over. Maybe they were out of boxes but no way should pasta be packaged in
plain foil to take home. That was just stupid. At any rate, we did find plates & forks at our hotel and waded through that mess to eat every bite. Still heavenly taste! Cannoli dessert was good too. Portions huge and seriously good food. Enjoy!
This was our favorite place in Little Italy. This time, however, the service wasn't up to par. Had to ask twice for bread; my water ran out and was never refilled; and when I asked for a take home box, the waiter took my baked Italian food (which was fantastic) and the calamari (which was only average at best) and the almost full cup of marinara (that I also asked to take with me) somewhere and returned without the marinara, stating the kitchen doesn't have to-go containers. The baked dish entre and calamari were wrapped in aluminum foil. No box, no container. Pretty low class from a pretty wonderful restaurant. We will likely try another place the next time we visit Little Italy in Baltimore.
My mother loves the food here, so for her 78th birthday we planned a lunch. I wrote in my opentable the special occasion (mother's 78th birthday), but was disappointed because the server never mentioned it. Just thought why have me waste my time noting the special event if they are not going to acknowledge it. I did not mention it to my mom and its a good thing, as I didn't want her to be disappointed and think something was coming and then nothing. This event was for a 78th birthday, to make it to your 70s is a milestone, but nothing, no cake, no singing.
I was also surprised, and glad I opened my bag of leftovers, because the restaurant but my spaghetti with meatballs and red sauce in aluminium foil. Had the bag busted or my 13 year old open this by my new beige carpet it would have stained my carpet! My leftovers of pante' rotundo was also wrapped in foil and another mess would have happened. Such a fine restaurant should have more class.
We also decide on lunch because my mother has to eat early in the day. We reviewed the menus and the lunch was also cheaper. When we I re-reviewed the menu today we were given the dinner menu. No where does the website mention lunch is Monday through Friday. We were there at 1pm on Sunday, 23 July, so it was definite lunch time.
While I like the food and it may be my mother's favorite place I was very disappointed in the service and lack of consideration that the leftovers could leak! The service was OK, but our waitress wasn't very friendly and just did her job when asked, occasionaly she would check if we need any additional drinks. Overall, I'm not sure I will be heading back to Amicci's even though the food is delicious, sorry!
I went with a large group of family, including 4 kids under 14. Everyone was able to find something they loved! I have to say, I typically don't go out for Italian, since it's a relatively easy and inexpensive to make at home, but it was the best Alfredo sauce I've ever had outside of home, and by FAR the best tortellini I've ever had. And at their prices I would happily go for any other occasion ever. We had leftovers for the next evening that heated beautifully in the oven, in the containers our server packed them into. The service was lovely, competent and prompt without being rushing.
Strongly recommended for casual meals with or without family!
Amicci's was fantastic. My wife and I took our 5y old and 4y old there and we all loved it. It was very kid friendly while still feeling like a nice restaurant for adults. The staff was fantastic (Nadeen was our server and we loved her), very attentive and patient with two young kids. The food was simply delicious. It felt like good old fashioned homemade authentic Italian cooking. The lasagna was glorious and the Chicken Lorenzo was perfection.
Amazing food and friendly, prompt and unpretentious service. Prices were unbelievably reasonable for size and quality of portions. Food was soooo tasty and fresh. Loved our shrimp pasta dishes and my daughter devoured her alfredo. Pasta came out steaming hot (as it should). Tiramisu was fabulous as well.
Had to wait a bit past our reservation but manager was very nice and apologetic. He comped an appetizer and our first glass of wine even though we didn't complain about the wait due to tables not turning. All the servers were super friendly too.
If we lived nearby, we'd be regulars. Loved our dinner. It was the perfect way to end our whirlwind vacation in the Mid-Atlantic.
My husband, daughter and I ate at Amicci's after a day at the Aquarium and Inner Harbor. The service was excellent, and the server brought my daughter's penne pasta to our table immediately. We shared an antipasto plate for an appetizer, which was very good. However, I would have enjoyed the balsamic vinegar on the side. My husband enjoyed the traditional baked lasagna, and I had the mussels and shrimp over spaghetti. It had an excellent flavor, however the mussels could have been cooked a bit better as they were hard to remove from the shell and a bit stringy. The Italian bread and garlic bread added to the meal. The server was attentive to refills on all of our drinks, and did a wonderful job overall. Amicci's is both kid-friendly and a place that would be great to meet friends for dinner. I would recommend it!
We have been going to Amicci's for years for birthdays, when guests are in town, or a nice meal out before a show. The food has always been very good, the service excellent, prices reasonable, and we have always been happy with our experience there. Great portions, old school Italian, and everything on the menu is great! It is my go-to place in Little Italy, and Amicci's is the best.
Good food, easy to get to, parking garage near by. Only downside I found out Is if two large parties are in one room together it can be really tough to hear your tables conversation. Our party of 6 was in a small room with a party of 12 and we could not hear a thing until the larger party left which was around the time we got our check. :(
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