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Offering a rich history and atmosphere, Baltimore steakhouse Supano’s provides customers with outstanding food and entertainment 364 days a year. Signature dishes include prime steaks such as Sinatra’s Signature Prime New York Strip Steak and Bogie’s Filet Mignon, Baltimore’s Best Lasagna with Meat, Eggplant Parmigiana, Cream of Crab Soup, and Tiramisu. Miss Bettie has been working in the kitchen creating the restaurant’s authentic Italian cuisine, pasta, soups, sauces and the award-winning Tiramisu for the past five decades.
More than just a great menu is what keeps customers coming back time and again. “We treat our customers like family and they are special to us from the time they join us until they exit,” says Coffman. “We valet their cars, provide transportation within 10 miles daily and give them offers via emails and social media that they enjoy weekly.”
The restaurant’s atmosphere is also next to none, according to Coffman. The building was built in the 1820s and features exposed brick and granite walls inside, complementing the dark wooden antique bar. Entertainment throughout the week includes live blues and jazz, karaoke, and a tribute artist once a month of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin or Elvis Presley. A Rat Pack shrine also displays Frank Sinatra concerts on a movie projection screen, so Sinatra sings to customers while they dine.
“Our staff members enjoy serving our customers, and when they see how the customers enjoy everything from the bricks and stone to the Rat Pack Shrine, the food and more, they also love this place,” he says.
Community is essential to this family-run business. When Hurricane Sandy devastated the Northeast, Supano’s and its customers were there to help, donating thousands of dollars in clothes, food, furniture and man hours. Caravans left from Supano’s several times a week, heading north to New Jersey to help gut houses and rebuild them.
When a fire destroyed a local family’s house just before Christmas, Supano’s customers were there again. They donated money, food, beds, a television, and toys for the three kids in time for Christmas Day.
About Supano’s Steakhouse:
In 2005 Terry Coffman purchased Velleggia's Restaurant, which initially opened in 1937. He relocated the restaurant in 2008 from Pratt Street to Water Street. In September 2010 the restaurant was renamed Supano’s and is the only family-owned steakhouse in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Supano’s is located at 110 Water Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202. The restaurant is open Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 2 a.m. The kitchen is open daily until 1:30 a.m. For more information, call 410-986-4445 or go online to http://www.supanossteakhouse.com. Follow the restaurant on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/
About the Award and Sponsors:
This is the fifth year Talk of the Town News and Customer Care News have honored companies for achieving high levels of customer satisfaction with the Talk of the Town Awards. Businesses eligible to receive the award include, but are not limited to, beauty salons, spas, restaurants, bakeries, dentists, auto repair facilities, veterinarians, home repair and improvement contractors, florists, hospitals, and physicians.
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