If you’ve never had authentic thin-crust pizza, then what you think is pizza might in fact be a cunningly disguised pretzel. Today’s Groupon clears up the confusion: for $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet pizzas, pastas, and more at Bagby Pizza Co., located in Harbor East. Those who use the Groupon on Mondays through Thursdays after 5 p.m. will receive a free appetizer. This deal is not valid for delivery, but may be used for carryout.
Bagby’s menu offers pizza proponents a smorgasbord of piping-hot pies, in addition to plentiful portions of pastas and salads for disc dodgers. Bagby’s pizzas push the laws of thin-crust thermodynamics by balancing a bounty of toppings on their ultra-skinny surfaces. Fill the pie-sized hole in your soul with a 10-inch prosciutto-and-goat-cheese pizza ($10.99), topped with tomato puree and garden-fresh arugula, or a 14-inch four-cheese profusion of mozzarella, goat cheese, provolone, and Grana Padano ($15.99). Dough designers can create their own tomato masterpieces by choosing from more than 15 toppings ($9.99 plus $1 per topping). Non-pizza eaters can savor baked penne with sweet fennel sausage ($11.99), or keep the meal as light as a Yanni piano ballad with a Caesar salad garnished with garlic croutons ($7.50).
Bagby Pizza Co. is a BYOB establishment with no corkage fee, and the considerate staff will even supply the wine glasses, beer mugs, or sangria dunk tank for your dining pleasure. Dine alfresco in the spacious outdoor area or stay indoors with elegantly displayed local art. Follow the tricolored Italian rainbow to the pot of baked mozzarella by grabbing a gourmet pie from Bagby Pizza Co.
Yelpers give Bagby Pizza Co. a four-star average. The pizzeria has also been featured on WBFF Fox 45, and both Baltimore City Paper and Urbanite recommend it: > * Forget the white-tablecloth restaurants north of Eastern Avenue; this was the best pasta I’ve had in a long time, the sauce tartly tomato-y and softened by the cream, rather than overwhelmed by its richness. – Mary K. Zajac, Baltimore City Paper > * There are also pasta options, in stunning portions: vegetable lasagna, fettucine with meat sauce, and baked penne with sausage, peas, and tomato cream. The latter boasts a nicely balanced sauce, the bits of sausage sharp with fennel. – Martha Thomas, Urbanite > * If you like thin crust pizza it’s probably the best around and the Italian Sandwich is just to die for! – Marco T., Yelp
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