CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT - LITTLE ITALY BALTIMORE

CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT - LITTLE ITALY BALTIMORE -

CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT - LITTLE ITALY BALTIMORE, MD

Open 7 days a week
Specializing in all Italian & American Dishes - Freshly made

 

 


 
 

CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT -One of Little Italy's finer restaurants, specialing in all Italian Dishes, and many other specialized dishes.

 



Please check out our menu, and daily calendar of event, Reservations not required, but recommended for parties of 6 or more.

 

 
 

 

 

 

  • Friday, September 4, 2015

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    “They came over and asked if I would put a projector in my bedroom. I said,
    ‘If it’s good for the neighborhood, fine, go ahead.’ Anything you can do for the neighborhood, you do.”
    ~ John Pente
    , 1910 – 2010

    One of Little Italy’s more popular events, sponsored by the Original Little Italy Restaurant Association, the Open Air Film Fest has thrived since 1999. Movies are projected onto the outside wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant .  Folks arrive early to set up lawn chairs, listen to live entertainment, stroll the neighborhood, and eat at one of Little Italy's many restaurants. Instrumental in allowing this event to be created was the late "Mr. John" Pente, who wholeheartedly supported the Film Fest for the last 11 years of his life. Mr. John died in 2011 at age 100 after living in The Neighborhood for his entire life. He allowed a movie projector to be set up in his third floor bedroom window ... all for the good of the neighborhood. His nephew, the late Ray Lancelotta who died in 2014, had then purchased the home and generously continued the Film Fest tradition. For 2015, the Lancelotta family also have stepped up to continue the Film Fest.

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    “They came over and asked if I would put a projector in my bedroom. I said,
    ‘If it’s good for the neighborhood, fine, go ahead.’ Anything you can do for the neighborhood, you do.”
    ~ John Pente
    , 1910 – 2010

    One of Little Italy’s more popular events, sponsored by the Original Little Italy Restaurant Association, the Open Air Film Fest has thrived since 1999. Movies are projected onto the outside wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant .  Folks arrive early to set up lawn chairs, listen to live entertainment, stroll the neighborhood, and eat at one of Little Italy's many restaurants. Instrumental in allowing this event to be created was the late "Mr. John" Pente, who wholeheartedly supported the Film Fest for the last 11 years of his life. Mr. John died in 2011 at age 100 after living in The Neighborhood for his entire life. He allowed a movie projector to be set up in his third floor bedroom window ... all for the good of the neighborhood. His nephew, the late Ray Lancelotta who died in 2014, had then purchased the home and generously continued the Film Fest tradition. For 2015, the Lancelotta family also have stepped up to continue the Film Fest.

  • Tuesday, September 8, 2015

    PAINT NITE EVERY TUESDAY @ CIAOBELLA

    PAINT NITE EVERY TUESDAY @ CIAOBELLA

    Paint Nite® is a new concept of blending two timeless pastimes, artistic painting and drinking cocktails, as a way to draw patrons into local pubs on a slow night with a unique opportunity to socialize and be creative.

     

     The 2-hour Paint Nite painting parties are held daily with 25 people in attendance who follow the step-by-step instructions of one master local artist from blank canvas to masterpiece

    Paint Nite® is about making art accessible to people who don't consider themselves artists or creative in any way. Paint Nite is about fostering a fun, low stress, non-judgmental environment that inspires everyone to enjoy the process of creating something from nothing. We want the anxiety that people may feel about doing something “wrong”, to be displaced by a fun night of socializing with friends and having a relaxing, creative time. For many customers, Paint Nite will be a novel and memorable experience, as many have not touched a paint brush since elementary school.

  • Friday, September 11, 2015

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    “They came over and asked if I would put a projector in my bedroom. I said,
    ‘If it’s good for the neighborhood, fine, go ahead.’ Anything you can do for the neighborhood, you do.”
    ~ John Pente
    , 1910 – 2010

    One of Little Italy’s more popular events, sponsored by the Original Little Italy Restaurant Association, the Open Air Film Fest has thrived since 1999. Movies are projected onto the outside wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant .  Folks arrive early to set up lawn chairs, listen to live entertainment, stroll the neighborhood, and eat at one of Little Italy's many restaurants. Instrumental in allowing this event to be created was the late "Mr. John" Pente, who wholeheartedly supported the Film Fest for the last 11 years of his life. Mr. John died in 2011 at age 100 after living in The Neighborhood for his entire life. He allowed a movie projector to be set up in his third floor bedroom window ... all for the good of the neighborhood. His nephew, the late Ray Lancelotta who died in 2014, had then purchased the home and generously continued the Film Fest tradition. For 2015, the Lancelotta family also have stepped up to continue the Film Fest.

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    LITTLE ITALY - FILM FESTIVAL - EVERY FRIDAY

    “They came over and asked if I would put a projector in my bedroom. I said,
    ‘If it’s good for the neighborhood, fine, go ahead.’ Anything you can do for the neighborhood, you do.”
    ~ John Pente
    , 1910 – 2010

    One of Little Italy’s more popular events, sponsored by the Original Little Italy Restaurant Association, the Open Air Film Fest has thrived since 1999. Movies are projected onto the outside wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant .  Folks arrive early to set up lawn chairs, listen to live entertainment, stroll the neighborhood, and eat at one of Little Italy's many restaurants. Instrumental in allowing this event to be created was the late "Mr. John" Pente, who wholeheartedly supported the Film Fest for the last 11 years of his life. Mr. John died in 2011 at age 100 after living in The Neighborhood for his entire life. He allowed a movie projector to be set up in his third floor bedroom window ... all for the good of the neighborhood. His nephew, the late Ray Lancelotta who died in 2014, had then purchased the home and generously continued the Film Fest tradition. For 2015, the Lancelotta family also have stepped up to continue the Film Fest.

CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT - LITTLE ITALY BALTIMORE

236 South High Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 410-685-7733

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2 Large Private Rooms to host your Business Meetings, Bridal Shower, Wedding Rehersal Dinner, Private Parties, whatever the occassion - Ciao Bella is the Place.
Valet Parking 7 days a week.

Hours of Operation

Sunday: 11:30am9pm

MondayThursday: 11:30am10pm

Friday, Saturday: 11:30am11pm

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