Nice little corner restaurant. The food was delicious, service great, chocolate creme brulee was amazing. The 80s rock music didn't fit the decor, but a great cozy place.
We are always greeted warmly at Cafe Gia. The service is good, the food is wonderful, and the ambience is delightful!
The closest thing to Rome in Baltimore! This was the second time we came to Cafe Gia, and we were not disappointed! The service was good despite it being very crowded on a Saturday night. The food was wonderful. The pasta was the closest I've had to the Italian in Rome that I've had. Will be back!
Theater after dinner
tops in food and service as always. Best Italian in Baltimore. Have been there no less than 6-8 times
Just a fun and Authentic family owned Italian restaurant. Very good food. Very creatively decorated with original paintings/murals, table tops, etc. all very well done. Just a good comfortable place
Great food and service. Quiet place to have a good conversation with a meal.
We love Gia's and go there often. Always love it. It's our can't go wrong, go- to place!
Our favorite restaurant in Baltimore never disappoints. We got the pork stuffed pasta in butter sage sauce and a stuffed veal dish. I don’t think I’ve ever had anything taste that good. You know the trend that many places have taken on where the put a teaspoon of sauce and swoosh it on your plate - so little you can’t taste it but it is supposed to be artwork? That’s not Cafe Gia’s. Expect generous portions of decadent food... obviously the chef wants you to have a decent amount and leave feeling nourished with Italian love. Don’t skip on the dessert or lemon cello!
My wife and I reserved a table for Christmas Eve dinner. At the time, the only tables was around the corner from the front door. It was chilly and breeze and the draft came through the screen that was set up between us and the door. This was the only criticism we had all night. The food was outstanding. I ordered Veal Francese which was not swimming in sauce. It was the best I had. My wife, who can be a food snob, ordered the Osso Buco, which was tender and juicy. Our server, Irena, was attentive and knew the menu. She even brought us sample Cello drinks for us to try. We have been to Café Gia previously and will return in the coming year, once it warms up.