By Mary Cobbler
My husband and I have been excited to take pleasure in a uncommon date night time at La Posta Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen, situated at 513 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, on a fantastic Tuesday night.
The restaurant is snug, with heat shades of crimson and yellow, darkish brown tables and the massive pizza oven surrounded by a roomy bar. The house owners seamlessly combine the historical past of the previous put up workplace with an genuine Italian environment. Colourful canvases are made to seem like large stamps, and the placemats resemble envelopes.
With heat cappuccinos in hand, Italian menus and comfortable music, we basked within the feeling of eating in an Italian villa whereas staying proper right here in Severna Park.
We began with an appetizer of Burrata alla Posta, a baseball-sized ball of mozzarella filled with seasoned stracciatella cream cheese, served over lettuce, grilled zucchini and roasted peppers, tomatoes and olives. This colourful appetizer was a light-weight dish filled with taste and texture. The sliced greens have been completely grilled to convey out their pure flavors, and the recent tomatoes and olives have been crisp and paired properly with their cooked counterparts. The cheese was past creamy; the feel was velvety comfortable and satisfying. This appetizer teased on the genuine Italian dinner to come back with out making us really feel stuffed — the right quantity of meals.
Our waiter, Tim, was attentive all night time. He stayed on prime of our drinks and answered all of our questions in regards to the menu, making useful suggestions whereas dealing with a number of tables on the similar time with out seeming rushed. He left us to take pleasure in our meals however materialized beside us every time we would have liked something.
Tim introduced out a basket of bread and an oil-and-spices dipping concoction that knocked…