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1840S CARROLLTON INN B&B
 
50 Albemarle St; 410.385.1840
 BLANC NOIR B&B
 
210 S. High St; 410.212.5056
 CENTRAL SERVICE GAS

 1026 Eastern Ave; 410.685.4298
 COLOMBO BANK (ATM)
 224 Albemarle St; 410.685.4611
 DOLCE HAIR SALON
 1008 Eastern Ave; 410.685.3333
 EDGE EVOLUTION HAIR STUDIO
 1008 Eastern Ave; 410.327.3343
 ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR
 1307 Eastern Ave; 410.276.4850
 FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES by Marriott
 
101 President St; 410.837.9900

 
GERRY’S TIRE & AUTO
 39 Central Ave; 410.685.4330
 HERTZ CAR RENTAL
 815 E Pratt St; 410.625.0790
 NEXT LEVEL HANDWASH CARWASH
 1325 Eastern Ave; 410.276.1845
 OFFICE DEPOT
 Pratt & President; 410.685.3074
 SCENE 217 SALON
 217 Albemarle St; 410.244.0647
 SEGS IN THE CITY
 
Take a tour on a Segway!
 207 S Albemarle St; 800-734-7393
 SHEARZ SALON
 
914 Eastern Ave; 410.685.1535
 TOSCANA MEDI SPA
 
202 S Albemarle St; 410.837.2262

Welcome to Little Italy, Baltimore

This charming, cozy neighborhood located in the heart of downtown Baltimore is an important cultural and ethnic icon for the city. Nestled between the Inner Harbor and historic Fells Point, millions of people annually visit Little Italy to dine at all of its  restaurants, watch outdoor movies, participate in bocce tournaments, attend Italian festivals, worship at its Italian parish, partake in Italian language and cultural classes, attend ravioli dinners, go to the Sons of Italy lodge, or simply stroll through the friendly narrow streets to experience a bit of the sapore and ambiente of the old country, Italia.


Located near other quaint Baltimore neighborhoods like Canton, Federal Hill, Fells Point and Harbor East, Little Italy is reachable by car, water taxi, subway, and just a short walk from the Inner Harbor.

If you’re visiting in the summer, be sure to coincide with one of the many Italian-related events offered by the handful of organizations that comprise "The Neighborhood" ... just to name a few: Feast of St. Anthony Italian Festival in June, Feast of St. Gabriele Italian Festival in August, and the Little Italy Open Air Film Fest each Fridays through July & August.



Indeed it was from Italy that the neighborhood’s original families derived – immigrants who moved into this small 

Baltimore district during the 20th century to remain banded together in their new home, America. Generations later, many of Little Italy’s long skinny rowhomes are still owned by their families. It remains a tight-knitcommunity … because there is nothing more important to Italians than la famiglia.

             

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December 5, 2013 - Sunday, December 15, 2013
Little Italy: Perfect Baltimore By Ray Alcaraz Click to read full commentary online "Over the past several months, Little Italy has been in the news quite a bit. Most of the items, it seems, have been related to incidents of crime ... What has been missing from these many lines of ink expended has been the view of anyone born and raised in Little Italy. So let me tell you a little about my neighborhood. The neighborhood ..."
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December 5, 2013 - Sunday, December 15, 2013
Little Italy: Perfect Baltimore By Ray Alcaraz Click to read full commentary online "Over the past several months, Little Italy has been in the news quite a bit. Most of the items, it seems, have been related to incidents of crime ... What has been missing from these many lines of ink expended has been the view of anyone born and raised in Little Italy. So let me tell you a little about my neighborhood. The neighborhood ..."
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November 14, 203 - Sunday, December 15, 2013
View this WJZ-TV story by Ron Matz about the volunteers who made approximately 4,000 meatballs and 11,700 ravioli before the November 3rd Ravioli Dinner at St. Leo's. The big dinner has been held annually for over 50 years! Of course it was another success - close to a sellout, reported the parish office. Father Sal extends thanks to La Scala for donating the sauce and Vaccaro's for donating the cannoli.
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BOCCE COURTS
D'Alesandro Park - 902 Stiles St
Open to public
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS PIAZZA
President Street
D'ALESANDRO HOUSE
Fawn & Albemarle Sts;
political family’s former home
ITALIAN FESTIVALS
June: Feast of St. Anthony
August: Feast of St. Gabriele
LITTLE ITALY LODGE/SONS OF ITALY
905 E. Pratt St; 410.685.3116
MR. RAY'S HOUSE
Baltimore Centennial house; High & Stiles Sts;
Open Air Film Fest movies projected from third floor window
OPEN AIR FILM FESTIVAL
High & Stiles Sts
Fridays thru July and August
PANDOLA LEARNING CENTER
912 Stiles St; offers two semesters a year of
Italian language, cooking, and cultural classes
PRES. ST STATION CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
601 President St; 443.220.0290
REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM
830 E. Pratt 443.263.1800
ST. LEO THE GREAT
Italian Catholic Church at Exeter & Stiles Sts 410.675.7275; Gift Shop, historical marker, War Memorial plaques
STAR-SPANGLED BANNER FLAG HOUSE 844 E. Pratt St 410.837.1793
STRATFORD UNIVERSITY
Pratt St & Central Ave; culinary institute
410.752.4710
STREET SIGNS: VIA NANCY D'ALESANDRO PELOSI
Pratt & Albemarle Sts and
Albemarle St & Eastern Ave

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