THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Al Pacino Cafe/Cafe Isis
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Al Pacino Cafe/Cafe Isis Restaurant Review: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED With a name as unlikely as its mission, the first Al Pacino Café, founded by a group of Egyptians more than a decade ago, brought designer pizza to Baltimore. But it wasn't too long before the shock of ordering pies with odd but tasty combinations like tandoori chicken with yogurt curry, yellow squash, mozzarella and mango chutney wore off. So this trendsetting crew struck again, adding a roster of Middle Eastern fare both traditional---think foul, falafel, and kofta kabobs---and inventive. In the latest development, these once ordinary looking pizza parlors are transmuting one by one into homeland fantasies, where diners chow down amidst faux stone walls etched with hieroglyphs under the watchful gaze of King Tut himself. What ever will be next?