In 1991 CafA(C) Isis was started in downtown Baltimore. At that time there were no Middle Eastern restaurants. The owner came from New York where he ... More
Al Pacino Cafe
In 1991 CafA(C) Isis was started in downtown Baltimore. At that time there were no Middle Eastern restaurants. The owner came from New York where he was the head chef in an Italian style restaurant. The name Isis was chosen to show the connection between the ancient Egyptian Goddess of life and the life giving nature of excellent food. As CafA(C) Isis grew and expanded over the years, the menu has gradually changed to fill that niche. Today many of the items on the menu reflect a Middle Eastern flavor.
Don't let the name throw you off. This is a Middle Eastern Restaurant. Fine food with a nice atmosphere, but serve is something to be desired. I would recommend getting the Middle Eastern food and even though they have it, you may want to stay away from the Italian food and go to a real Italian Restaurant instead.
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