Neapolitan pizza is seriously my favorite – thin chewy crust, yum. So when MidiCi opened in White Marsh serving neapolitan pizza, I knew I had to try it. I grabbed one of my pizza loving friends and we headed over.
MidiCi has counter service but the space feels beautiful and like you’re at a cafe in Italy. They describe it as ‘fast-fine dining’ and I’d have to agree. There are twinkly lights, nice foliage, and beautiful marble and gold accents. I’d return for the vibe alone.
While all the appetizers looked amazing, we started with the Housemade Meatballs with Fresh Mozzarella. These were so tender and topped with melted cheese in a tomato sauce. Low key, we were kind of bummed there were only two meatballs in this dish.
We also decided to share a salad and settled on the Walnut Gorgonzola. The salad was composed of arugula, grape tomatoes, walnuts, gorgonzola, parmigiano-reggiano, and a balsamic dressing. Everything was super bright in this salad and it was a great way to sneak in a little bit of health.
My friend and I decided to share two pizzas and started with the Double Pepperoni (Doppio Pepperoni). I think this was my favorite of the two. There was regular pepperoni plus some spicy salami which added some nice heat. It was awesome.
The other pizza we tried was the Margherita & Prosciutto. It was tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, parmesan, basil, EVOO, fresh arugula, and prosciutto. It was a little salty with freshness coming through from the arugula. We were also super into this pie.
We couldn’t leave without ordering dessert and the Nutella Calzone was seriously speaking to us. Using their neapolitan dough, MidiCi made a calzone and stuffed it with nutella and fresh berries and it was seriously next level. When you visit, this has to be one of the things you order.
MidiCi is located at 8139C Honeygo Blvd, White Marsh
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While this meal was paid for by MidiCi, all views stated here are my own.
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