My roommate craves pizza every single day, I kid you not. So during one of her many pizza cravings I finally gave in and said we could grab a slice. We have both heard great things about Bagby Pizza Co. in Harbor East so our adventures took us there. Bagby Pizza Co. is one of the four restaurants from the Bagby Restaurant Group, the other three are Cunningham’s in Towson and Ten Ten American Bistro and Fleet Street Kitchen in Harbor East. I have not tried any of their other restaurants but I have heard good things about all of them.
Their menu consists of pizza, pasta, sandwiches and salads, but because pizza cravings took us to Bagby, we were both ordering pizza. It comes in two sizes, a small which could be a personal pie and a large which can be split between two people. We decided to each get a small and if there were leftovers it could be lunch the following day.
Bagby Pizza is a fast casual establishment, you go in, order from a counter and then someone brings you the food. The pizza’s are thin crust style from a wood fired oven.
My roommate, being the boring one, opted to try the plain cheese pizza. She liked it a lot. The crust was thin, but was able to hold up the cheese and sauce nicely. And at $10 it didn’t feel overpriced. It was a quality pizza.
I was in the mood to try something a little more unusual so I went with the Grilled Skirt Steak Pizza – skirt steak, roasted corn, peppers, onion, asiago, cheddar, sour cream, cilantro. This was very good, the thin, crispy crust had a nice crunch to it, but didn’t make me feel like I was eating a cracker. I am a bit of a traditionalist in the sense that I enjoy having red sauce on my pizza so when I return, I probably will try something different on the menu.
With so many different options on the menu, it’s hard not to find something to love at Bagby Pizza Co.
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