Benvenuto a Little Italy! By far the biggest draw of this neighborhood is the food. The aroma of homestyle dishes made by loving hands waft from numerous restaurants, bakeries and delis. Ask around for the best Italian restaurant in Little Italy and you’ll get a different answer every time – it’s hard to choose when everything is delicious.
Aside from the food, Little Italy offers events, bocce ball and open-air cinema during July and August. Other tourist attractions in Little Italy to explore are the Star Spangled Banner Flag House, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, and the President Street Station Civil War Museum.