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Opera Nights at Sotto Sopra
Opera Nights at Sotto Sopra
Opera Nights at Sotto Sopra, Baltimore

Sharing our invitation to Sotto Sopra’s first fall Opera Night. Opera Nights are aways a fun evening and the food is fantastic. Reservations go fast.

 Sotto Sopra Restaurant’s OPERA NIGHT
Multi Course Italian Dinner & Live Opera Performances
Sunday, October 25
6 pm
Reservations*:  410 625 0534

Join us for our first fall Opera Night which offers you a delectable multi-course Italian seasonal meal. The backdrop for the evening’s entertainment is Sotto Sopra’s cosmopolitan dining room with its high ceilings, mosaic tile floors, and lush draped curtains – the perfect venue for our entertainers’ voices. Relish your favorite arias as well as Sotto Sopra’s cuisine.

PERFORMERS: Karen Myers, Paul McIlvaine, Tom Hetrick


  • Duck Prosciutto with chicken liver pate crostini
  • Seafood Raviol with shrimp and crab in a mascarpone lemon sauce
  • Orange and Prosecco Sorbetto
  • Lamb Curry Stew with soft polenta
  • Lemon Crème Brûlée

 $58 Per Person, includes multi course dinner and live entertainment (excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)

Sundays: November 22 and December 13

*Guaranteed reservations are required for parties of 8 or more – Any cancellations less than 48 hours prior to Opera Night and no shows will be billed to guest’s credit card.

 Sotto Sopra Restaurant – 405 N. Charles Street – Baltimore MD 21201 – 410 625 0534

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