Employee Justin Golliday at Pizza Blitz said the pizza here is the best in Baltimore.
I tried a slice: cheese pizza with black and green olives and mushrooms—and it was fantastic. It had a delicately crispy crust, thick toppings, and was very tasty.
While I've tried only a few pizza places in the Baltimore area, I recommend giving Pizza Blitz a try.
Owner Luigi Starace—who has been in the restaurant business for 15 years, both in Naples, Italy, and in the U.S.—says he uses an old, Italian recipe passed down through generations.
"We make it the way people used to make it back in our country," And they use fresh ingredients, he said.
Of course, he won't share that recipe (I asked what makes it so good!).
Starache said he chose Pikesville for his business because Michelle, his wife, is from nearby White Marsh.
The restaurant has free WiFi, and has two TVs that today are tuned into sporting events.
There's plenty of seating and guests can bring their own beer or wine.
If you're in the area, stop on by and say hello to Starache, the staff, or to me.
I should be here until about 6:30 p.m. Monday, working on today's stories.
And while you're here, try what might be the best pizza in Pikesville—or even Baltimore.
The restaurant also has pastas and salads, strombolis and calzones, as well as cold and hot subs—plenty to try on future visits.
Here's just a few items from the menu: Italian Cheese Steak hot sub for $7.95, or lasagna with garlic bread for $9.95.
Consider yourself a local pizza expert? If so, have you tried Pizza Blitz? Where's your favorite spot to get a slice or an entire pie? Tell us in the comments.