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Cosima

Location : 3000 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21211,Baltimore
MD 21211
Website : http://www.cosimamill1.com/
Rating: 0 (0 Ratings)
Cuisine :
Italian
Price :
$30 and under

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Basic Details
Cuisine : Italian,Mediterranean
Happly Hours : Dinner: Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00PM
Executive Chef : Donna Crivello
Dress Code : Business Casual
Accepts Walk-Ins : Yes
Additional Details : Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Party Facilities :
Private Party Contact :
Cross Street : Chestnut Ave
Parking : Proceed down our driveway into the courtyard; the complimentary valet awaits you there.
Parking Details : Proceed down our driveway into the courtyard; the complimentary valet awaits you there.
Pets Allowed :

About Cosima

This unique and tranquil setting in the heart of the city offers views of the water, opportunities for Great Blue Heron sightings, and of course chef Donna Crivello’s take on Sicilian and Southern Italian cuisine.

Cosima is located inside the old boiler room of the Mill No. 1 building, which has been nationally recognized for its painstaking renovation. Both the menu and atmosphere provide a warm inviting environment for friends, families and neighbors to gather and perhaps discover a part of the city many Baltimoreans have never seen. Dining on Cosima’s outdoor patio will offer incredible views of the historic Jones Falls waterway.

Sicily, and the surrounding Southern Italian region, is known for fresh and seasonal ingredients but is also a mix of all surrounding Mediterranean cuisines. Sicily was once home to Greeks, Arabs, French and Spanish – all lending their cultures to create modern Sicilian and Italian heritage. 

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