Soft light from crystal chandeliers and the delicate strains of piano set the stage for a special meal at Portalli's, a historic Ellicott City haunt that strives to impress critical foodies and families, alike -- and, according to The Baltimore Sun, succeeds:
Extraordinary Dishes and Comforting Favorites
Diners looking for a taste of sophistication can try the cioppino over fettuccine or braised osso bucco, chef Keith Holsey's contemporary American take on Italian favorites. For those seeking traditional flavors, the arancini (crispy risotto balls), lasagna bolognese, and spaghetti with homemade meatballs are sure to impress. This spot's wine list is carefully curated to complement the menu, so don't hesitate to ask your server for a recommended pairing.
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$50 to Spend on Italian Cuisine in Historic Ellicott City
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