Expect Fresh, Handcrafted Pasta and Fine Wines at Recently Opened Tagliata

At Tagliata, the kitchen team rolls every piece of pasta by hand under the direction of chef and partner Julian Marucci. The chef knows that only house-made pasta really reflects the Italian culture of hospitality, which is exactly what Tagliata attempts to emulate. Despite the fact that it only opened a few weeks ago in Baltimore, early reviews indicate that the eatery is meeting its goal.

Tagliata boasts one of the biggest wine lists anywhere in Baltimore, so don't skip a glass of vino. Pair it with a flavorful appetizer, such as the charred octopus or meatballs. While you nibble, select a pasta dish. The lobster fra diavolo features a spicy tomato sauce over spaghetti and chunks of lobster. The agnolotti doppio flaunts braised lamb and house-crafted ricotta cheese with mint, fava beans, and black garlic jus. You can also opt for steak, seafood, veal, or chicken at Tagliata.

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