Cuisine

Columbia: Grotto Pizza

Grotto Pizza  is one of my favorite places to eat at the beach. Sun, sand, and pizza is all I need for a successful beach weekend. I didn’t make it down to Ocean City this Memorial Day weekend but I was still able to enjoy one of my favorite beach treats thanks to their location in Columbia.

Enlight2136.jpg

Grotto Pizza

My friend and I were enjoying some of the lovely weather we have been having lately and dreaming of beach days so we decided to visit Grotto Pizza for lunch. Even though there are no beach views, there is still outdoor seating which is enjoyable. We started our meal with a Caesar Salad – it was pretty straightforward but still a delicious way to start the meal.

Enlight2138.jpg

Caesar Salad

We also split an order of Fries – of course with the addition of malt vinegar, the ultimate beach treat. They were super crispy and the vinegar added a delicious saltiness to each bite.

Enlight2060.JPG

Fries

The real reason visited, was for the pizza. And it was just as good as I remembered. The crust was thin, with a nice chew to it and the pie was topped with round, thin slices of pepperoni. Such a classic and I loved every bite.

Enlight2139.jpg

Pepperoni Pizza

Not a pair to turn down dessert, we each ended the meal with two scoops of house made gelato. I went with chocolate and caramel, my friend had wintermint and mint chip. All around this was a tasty and refreshing way to end the meal.

Enlight2146.jpg

Gelato

Grotto Pizza is located at 7075 Minstrel Way, in Columbia.

With a second Central Maryland location in The Village at Waugh Chapel at 2404 Brandermill Blvd., Gambrills, MD 21054

For more drool worthy pictures, follow me on Facebook or Instagram.

Be sure to subscribe to my blog for the latest and greatest.

Looking for a place to eat? Check out Rachel’s Baltimore Restaurant List.

While this meal was paid for by Grotto Pizza, all opinions stated here are my own.

Advertisements

Comments

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.