I have dined at Supano's on a couple of occasions and have found the restaurant to be excellent. The meals were large portions that I had to half and take home. The meals were served promptly and the entrees were the desired temperature. The owner was there to greet us and the wait staff was courteous and friendly. I especially liked the ambience - there were two somewhat different dining rooms. The upstairs dining room features Sinatra Music and videos while the downstairs offers jazz with comfortable sofa seating as well as dining tables & chairs. The jazz group that was playing while I was there was top notch. Parking in front of Supano's may be at a minimum but what good restaurant doesn't have that problem. And I believe valet parking is available. I would definitely recommend Supano's!
I went in for a restaurant week deal and the food was excellent. As mentioned before, the service is impeccable. I'm not sure what sort of experiences the other patrons had, but we had the GM come out and greet us and ask after our food. Wine pairings were on target, and although pricey, the food and atmosphere made it all worth it. I would 100% recommend this place to anyone seeking a good steak and top notch, legendarily good, attentive, friendly, but not overwhelming service. Tucked away in a quiet alley in the center of town, excellent for people visiting and staying in a neighboring hotel. Seconds from the inner harbor waterfront, and right around the corner from all of the night life that has grown up in the area. 5 stars all the way.
While in Baltimore on business, I was asked to set up a dinner for a party of about 15 people. I found Supano's on line and called to ask about reservations. I could not have been more impressed. Terry was very helpful and walked me through what I needed to do and how it would go. I also have some dietary restrictions and they were absolutely wonderful about that. Everyone's food was cooked to perfection and exactly what we ordered. Everyone there was professional, courteous and very helpful. Our party met, ate fabulous food and had an outstanding time! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone for any reason and the next time I'm in Baltimore, I will go out of my way to eat there.
Shephards Hi-Tech is my only auto repair center. The mechanics there are top-notch and trustworthy. Let's face it an auto mechanic like a medical doctor is a highly specialized technician who generally knows more about the customer's problem than the customer does. Earning the customer's trust comes with establishing a history of exacting diagnosis, best practices and courtesy. Shephard's Hi-Tech meets this criteria. A special shout-out to Maurice who is a top mechanic and my car's best friend!
A surprisingly nice restaurant in a charming area. We were immediately greeted and sat in a nice area overlooking the entrance. We ordered Italian; pasta, veal parmigiana and garlic bread. The portions were very generous, pasta was cooked perfectly, and the marinara sauce tasted good, the garlic bread and veal parmigiana were the best I have had in a restaurant. Another aspect we enjoyed, all of the patrons we saw, appeared to be having a wonderful time.
I went to Supano’s during Restaurant Week and was very surprised to see a steakhouse that did not offer any kind of beef on their RW menu, especially when they had Filet Mignon listed in their menu online. We made our reservations online through Open Table and had to wait 30 minutes to be seated. While I liked the atmosphere, the food was average. Even with the nice music and atmosphere I won't bother returning here to eat, not worth the price.
Terry, the owner, picked us up at our hotel for free. He was extremely friendly. The restaurant itself has a great atmosphere and an extremely friendly staff. It is Frank Sinatra themed and has his concert videos playing on a large screen above the bar. The food was phenomenal. I got the lasagna and my wife ordered a tortellini dish. Both were amazing. The fresh tiramisu at the end topped it all off. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Tried this old standby restaurant Velleggia's now call Supano's Steakhouse. Food was excellent and service on the money. Atmosphere was awesome. Did not stay for the live blues but the band sounded great. It was the best Restaurant Week Menu we have ever experienced. Can't wait to try the outdoor seating when the weather breaks. The menu was the largest menu we ever saw for Restaurant Week.
Had a great meal at the bar, Kelly was great. Had the 16 oz. strip, cooked perfect, could cut it with a butter knife. Had garlic mashed potatoes, great flavor and loved that they left some lumps. Started with the mozzarella corroza, a great app. The place is pricey but you get what you pay for, a 28 day dry aged prime steak, excellent overall!!!
Seriously they have the best crabcakes in town! They owner greeted us at the door and even had a conversation with us at the table, and not many do that anymore. They also offer a shuttle back and forth from your hotel. It makes it easy to have a nice meal when you dont know your way around.