Can there ever be enough pizza? It’s a question for all time. But in the snapshot of Baltimore in the first months of 2016, the answer is a resounding no.
Three new pizza options have popped up. Beyond causing celebration for more pizza, the relative variety of the concepts shows that baked crust, cheese and toppings fits into and trend. Here’s a look at the new spots:
Fast Casual On Tuesday, West Virginia-based Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza announced plans to open in Towson. The build-your-own-pizza joint is set to be open on York Road by the end of the year. Customers can build a five-topping pizza, and it’s baked in a revolving stone-fired oven. And, they’ll have delivery.
Food Truck With delivery, mobility is old as pizza’s sustainable business model itself. Well Crafted Pizza is updating the idea with a food truck. The truck tends to show up at events where the drink is already provided. They’ve got handcrafted dough, and ingredients are sourced from farms. Italian isn’t the only international, as recent menu options have included Chana Masala and Banh Mi pizza.
LeBron James King James is trending in general, with pizza being one of the main topics. The NBA star invested in Blaze Pizza, and now it’s been called the fastest growing chain in America. James has showed up to serve customers at a few locations, so maybe the new location at Inner Harbor’s Lockwood Plaza location is next.
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