For thirty years, GERMANO'S Trattoria has been a local favorite and a destination for travelers searching for an "authentic Italian" touch. Nestled ... More
For thirty years, GERMANO'S Trattoria has been a local favorite and a destination for travelers searching for an "authentic Italian" touch. Nestled within the bustle of Baltimore's Little Italy, GERMANO'S features the cuisine of Tuscany, native region of owner Germano Fabiani. LIVE CABARET EVERY THURSDAY,FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING! RESERVE EARLY! CALL FOR INFO! Three warm dining rooms, cozy bar, vintage European posters. Brisk, polished service. Top dishes include Osso Buco, Grilled Whole Branzino, Red Beet Ravioli, Bongo-Bongo. Lunch and Dinner daily. Full bar, very reasonable wine list featuring selections from Tuscany, California and around the world. Private dining rooms available for groups of up to 80 guests. Valet parking. Complimentary shuttle service for guests of downtown hotels.
I would say this is my favorite restaurant in Little Italy. Most other places do not live up to expectations or hype. Germanos is truly a great restaurant. They have some of the best Lasagna I have ever had. Usually this is the place I like to go for special occasions or when we have out-of-town guests.
Do not go on Caberet night unless you have a lot of money. They charge $10 just to seat you. Then the Menu is comprised of the most expensive meals. A side of spinach was $8. Which I could only tell was spinach because there was 14 leaves of it in the dish. Go elsewhere to listen to a band. It has to be cheaper
One of the best restaurants in Little Italy! Had the polenta con funghi, which was in the most delectable wine sauce, and the ravioli with a cream sauce. I lived in Rome for four months, and this place takes me right back to Italy!
Dined with my family at Germano's recently and truly enjoyed the evening. The wine recommendation was excellent from the server (and at half price, a good deal!), the soups were excellent (especially the special pumpkin and potatoe), and the entrees were enormous and outstanding. The rockfish was fresh and flavorful and the osso bucco was to die for. Also, when you go, be sure to try the bongo bongo for dessert. Overall a delightful evening. We'll be sure to return on our next trip to Baltimore!
We went for Labor Day weekend (2006) and were thoroughly disappointed. The steamed mussels we ordered for an appetizer where anything but steaming and had to be sent back, the fried calamari were limp although edible. The entrees were another matter, two were sent back because they were not edible. (My wife took a single byte out of the swordfish and was vomiting all night.) We had to split the remaining three among 5 adults. We exited as soon as we could and went into the first hamburger joint we could find. What a waste of a night!
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