Recently, Aaron, the marketing manager at Luna Del Sea reached out to me via Twitter to invite me to the restaurant for dinner. Luna Del Sea is located in Downtown Baltimore, near the convention center. There aren’t many restaurants over there on Pratt Street that aren’t chains, so I was excited to try something locally owned.
Luna Del Sea has an old world Italian feel, similar to Supano’s, minus the Frank Sinatra decor.
The owner, Tony, suggested that I start with a French Onion Soup. This was great, there was plenty of melty cheese on top of the broth and the soup wasn’t overpoweringly onion-y. Hands down, I would order this again.
I also ordered the Lamb Shank. This was not on the menu but I’m hoping they add it as a permanent fixture soon. The lamb was fall off the bone tender and in a bed of ratatouille. It was delicious. If you’re at Luna Del Sea, ask if this is being offered as a special. It was great.
Last, Frank insisted that I order dessert. I went with the Salted Caramel Cheesecake. I’m not a huge cheesecake person, but this one was light and fluffy. I wish it had a little more caramel drizzle though to really satisfy my sweet tooth.
If you’re looking for something locally owned downtown, Luna Del Sea is a great option amid the sea of chain restaurants.
Luna Del Sea is located at 300 W Pratt St, downtown Baltimore.
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Note, this meal was paid for by Luna Del Sea, but all opinions are my own.
Categories: American Food, Date Night, Downtown, Sponsored
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