Baked on Main - Doylestown
My kids and I found ourselves in Doylestown this afternoon and, because Jules Thin Crust looked closed (it actually wasn't), we went to a little storefront window called Baked on Main. It has apparently been there about 2 months. The owner couldn't have been nicer and was so friendly and nice to my kids. The pizza was really good - cooked in a stone oven right in front of us. We had a flatbread pizza with pineapple, bacon, mozzarella and spicy thai sauce and a baked bread with sweet sausage, roasted red peppers, carmelized onions and mozzarella cheese. I enjoyed the flatbread pizza in particular because I hadn't ever had that combination before.
It was such a nice experience that I wanted to help them out and help to publicize the place.
Wow, thanks for the tip Randi...I'll check it out. Always looking for a good piece of pizza. Curious, is there more to it than just pizza?
Was walking around Doylestown tonight after my tournament and spotted the new Baked on Main, they were giving free samples too. They are located in the little mini mall next to the bookstore, the first shop on the right, and easily visible from the sidewalk. I was too full from a wonderful carrot cake cupcake from Let Them Eat Cake, purchased right before they closed at six pm, and then, later, a trip to Jules so my friend could get a delicious gluten free pizza. He was very happy and it was just easier for me to order a regular pie from Jules also. I managed to snag that cupcake while he wasn't looking but I was in ninja mode and forgot to ask the nice cupcake man if he would ever consider making bacon cupcakes. Guess this calls for further investigation! )
Stopped by a couple of weeks ago with my friend who is testing for a gluten intolerance. He ordered from the gluten free menu a rustic flatbread. Spinach pesto with sun dried tomatoes and roasted red pepper glaze. There was a small mistake in the order so we had to wait an extra ten minutes but the owner comped us each a beverage to enjoy and was very sweet about it. The real test of an eatery is how they handle glitches and they couldn't have been nicer. My friend was seated where he could watch the fire from the brick oven and he found it very relaxing.
I wandered around the little mall and was enchanted by a large painting of Fonthill castle in the snow. I even found a great little yarn shop next door where lessons were going on. I was already half full from my compulsive stop at Let Them Eat Cake but when my friend couldn't finish the delicious flatbread I was happy to help him out. It was delicious.
I noticed that they are open til three am on fridays and saturdays. I'll bet they get a nice after bar business on the weekends. I hope they are open during the zombie crawl on Halloween. I know lurching down the streets of doylestown and then watching a special zombie movie at the theater is going to make me one hungry zombie girl.