Cafe Gia Baltimore: Little Italy Baltimore Italian dining

410 S. High Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Types: Brunch, Desert Cafe, Eclectic, Italian, Neighborhood favorite, Outside Seating/Al Fresco, Seafood
Price Ranges: $20 under
Phone: (410) 685-6727

Cafe Gia Baltimore Italian Restaurant & Cafe: Cafe Gia al fresco dining at its best is Cafe Gia. 2009 Best of Baltimore City Paper Baltimore Winner. At end of Summer, Cafe Gia's now serves liquor. Baltimore Little Italty on S. High Street. Have the owner Gia wait on you along with her mother, Giovanna. Gorgeous paintings create an authentic Italian experience both inside and out with colorful murals, one of her grandparent's Sicilian wedding. The food is Cafe Gia--utterly casual yet sophisticated, urban, yet, homespun. A night of excellent food--mangia. Look for Gia's baby Luca-your new host. Executive Chef Gianfranco


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Love Cafe Gia's art on the outside, sets the tone for taking you away to Italy. The owner, Gia served us and her mother was there too, Chef Gianfranco is outstanding. (He used to be at Pazza Luna.) We recently loved their homemade meatballs with homemade marinara and wonderful caprese salads. Recommend a trip to Cafe Gia in Baltimore's Little Italy. Sit outside when in season.
What's the definition of tiramisu? Simply post here on Cafe Gia's listing on & win this dessert for 2 at Cafe Gia in Little Italy. 1st 2 correct entries win! Gia Daniella will be monitoring
Tiramisu is an Italian dessert is made of savoiardi (lady finger biscuits) dipped in espresso or strong coffee or rum, layered with a whipped mixture of egg yolks, mascarpone, and sugar, and topped with cocoa.
Yes, that is correct Jack Moondoggy! You are in for a special treat! Your tiramisu awaits you and a friend. (with an entree) Gia
<p>Cafe Gia in Baltimore Little Italy (Gia's)--Fabulous spontaneous meal for 2 on a Saturday night. Gorgeous tulips lined the bar top. We loved our bruschetta chilled perfectly with fresh herbs, tomato, onion and garlic, evo, of course. My date enjoyed veal picatta and I decadently loved the pasta ragù bolognese which was served piping hot--a rare find 'piping'! Chef Gianfranco was understated and charming, as was Mama Giovanna who sat with various tables, including ours sipping her Harvey's Bristol Creme. Thankfully, we were directed to a fabulous vino straight from owner, Gia's private stock, a Montepulciano, San Calisto 05. Too full for desert, we passed up the lemon ricotta, the connoli and tiramisu-all housemade favorites. Grazie</p>
Popped in to see Gia and Mama Gia. It was two nights in a row for me in Little Italy, and I am extremely glad I got to try yet another new restaurant I had not dined at yet. Gia’s is great, its understated elegant, and warm and inviting. If you are an art buff the tables and walls are painted with fantastic murals, each very unique. I was blown away again at how friendly and welcoming everyone was, I wish every resturuant would take a lesson, you are are treated as a friend here. Continuing on with my veal kick (2 nights in a row) I had the picatta. Once again everything was great and return visits will be in my future.