About 7 years ago on a trip to Baltimore my husband and I ventured into historic Little Italy. We had lunch at a little place that had the best bolognese I have ever tasted. I believe the recipe used mostly veal, the pasta was very thin and I remember eating the entire bowl. And that never happens.
The restaurant was quaint, quite old in appearance—no granite, stylized exposed kitchen there. Traveling east it would be on the south side of the street, close to the curb, in (I think) a little brick(?) walk-up. We sat at the front window. I don't think it was terribly expensive. $100, maybe, with a bottle of wine, tax and tip.
Thanks for your help. We'd love to find it again. I hope it's still there!
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