Tag: pizza

It’s a Good Spring For Baltimore Pizza Lovers


pizzaCan 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. 

Pizza Guy Knocks, Man Answers with Pointed Gun

Alexander Gray (AACo Police)


Don’t shoot the pizza man.

Chewing The Fat with Josh Hershkovitz of Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks



Josh Hershkovitz of Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks is a man of many talents. A Baltimore native and graduate of McDonogh School and the University of Chicago, he studied both sculpture and philosophy in college. He also has an MBA. And the cooking. He certainly has that down. Aren’t you glad he chose cooking? 

Iggies Isn’t Iggies Anymore

Photo via Local Pie Facebook page
Photo via Local Pie Facebook page

Baltimore pizza lovers take note: Iggies, a beloved Mt. Vernon pizza spot, has moved to Towson. Well, sort of.

More Pizza for Baltimore



There’s no such thing as too much pizza.

Hampden Pizzeria Is Evicted, Ceases Operations

Photo via Yelp
Photo via Yelp

Angelo’s Pizza in Baltimore boasted “the world’s biggest slice” on its sign. Alas, that questionable claim is no longer true; as the Baltimore Sun reports, the Hampden pizza place has been evicted from its Keswick Street building, and has no plans to re-open.

Fired Up February Continues at DeJon Vineyard


Fired Up February

catch of the day fish (2)Here’s the logic of one of our favorite local wineries: “if this was a leap year, the 29th of February would’ve been a Saturday. So, logically, we’re rolling on one more week with Fired Up February — in March!” In other words, too much of a good thing is fabulous. If you’re unfamiliar with DeJon Vineyard’s Fired Up February event—it features some of our very favorite things: amazing local wine, live acoustic music, and absolutely perfect wood fired pizza from the one-of-a-kind, River House Pizza. A match made in heaven? Maybe. Or a match made in Maryland’s gorgeous agricultural hills.

Local Man Eats Only Pizza

Photo via Vice

For 25 years, Dan Janssen has eaten pretty much nothing but pizza. “I do eat a bowl of Raisin Bran once a week or so if I want to be healthy,” Janssen told the Baltimore Sun. “But usually it’s just pizza and coffee.”

New Restaurant “Scoozi” Opens in the Village of Cross Keys



Did you know that Scoozi opened?  Yes, last month as we were all in the middle of the holiday rush, the new Italian restaurant at the Radisson Hotel in The Village of Cross Keys had its soft opening.  The 120-seat restaurant serves pizza, salads and pasta dishes created by Culinary Institute of America graduate and Scoozi Chef Tim Robertson.  It is located in the space that used to house Crossroads Restaurant and it is part of the Radisson’s $6 million renovation.  The new space includes a show kitchen and a hearth oven.

The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, Monday through Saturday.