An inside look at Dangerously Delicious Pies and Swallow at the Hollow
By Kara Sedlack
Dangerously Delicious Pies
Are you hungry for a nice, warm slice of pie, but don’t feel like making it? Or perhaps you’re feeling a bit adventurous and you want to try something new that will tickle your taste buds? Dangerously Delicious Pies may be the place for you. Dangerously Delicious Pies serves the Baltimore area with unique style and comfort. You can order a savory pie, fruit pie, cream pie or quiche. You can start your meal with choices such as the “Chicken Pot Pie,” “Crab Supreme” or even “Spicy Vegan Thai.” If you’re in more of a quiche mood, Dangerously Delicious Pies has choices like Bacon/Onion or Spinach/Goat Cheese. To top your meal off, you can order a slice of the “Baltimore Bomb” pie, which is made with Berger cookies, or a slice of classic Blueberry or Banana Pancake pie, both pictured below. Specialty pie slices such as Roasted Cinnamon Apple, Salted Caramel, Toffee Crunch, Peach, Raspberry and Strawberry Rhubarb, will have you drooling simply by reading their descriptions on the menu. Be sure to check out this cozy spot located in Hampden and Canton. Dining in and takeout are both available.
Swallow at the Hollow
Tired of the same boring bar food? Want to lighten up your Saturday night? Come to Swallow at the Hollow a nice modest neighborhood tavern and family restaurant located in Belvedere Square. Aaron Reinhardt, the owner of Swallow at the Hollow, did away with frozen food when he bought the establishment. Reinhardt makes his food from scratch. Swallow at the Hollow was even featured on the TV show, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. Featuring homemade crab cakes, burgers, coleslaw, ribs, French fries, and out of this world ghost pepper chicken wings made with home-grown peppers you will be amazed at the uniqueness of their food quality. Be sure to check out this gem of a place if you’re looking for some higher quality food with a friendly and homey atmosphere.