Trinacria Cafe in Baltimore is an offshoot of Trinacria Foods - Italian Deli and Gourmet Grocery, which has been in business since 1908. Why it took a century plus to figure out that Baltimorons wanted/needed an Italian eat-in/take-out joint on the Westside Downtown is a mystery; but it matters not, it's a fine addition to the city's lackluster restaurant opportunities. Colette and i went on an impulse and a fine impulse it was.
She ordered a Greek Salad (1/2 of which she took home) and I had Trinacria's "Famous Sausage" on a margheritta (not really) "thin crust" pizza, of which I took home 1/4th. They have oodles of olives, wines, biscotti and gelati for sale and take out.
Our bill, with a bottle of Sangiovese and two espressi, was $35.37.
Go? If from out of town or local and at the Walters - yes, it's a nice safe harbor for lunch. As a destination for fine dinner dining, no. The manageresse is terrific.