Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Matthew's Pizza

Recently I went out to eat at a little hole-in-the-wall pizza place called Matthew's Pizza. Established in 1943, Matthew's has been voted "Baltimore's Best" 39 times. They make pizza the same way they did in 1943 — with the traditional "old world" recipe. The atmosphere is wonderful: you're dining in one of Baltimore's famous row houses with staff that make you feel as if you were eating a family dinner in someones kitchen.

The pizza is amazing! If you go, I suggest you try the Traditional Tomato Pie: tomatos and reggianito cheeses. After eating it, I now feel that all other pizzas are fake. The sauce is so savory, and the cheese is more crusty than
melty and gooey.

Matthew's is very affordable. Me and my Dad ordered 2 sodas, 1 small Traditional Tomato Pie, a house salad (which is enough for 2-3 people), and an order of spaghetti. Our total was $23.00 (not including tax and tip).

If you're ever in Baltimore be sure to check out Matthew's Pizza for wonderful food and an enjoyable time!

3131 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

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