If you are in the mood for homemade pizza on a crispy crust, or maybe some baked mac and cheese amped up with lump crab meat, then add the Coal Fire restaurant at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre to your list of restaurants to try.
Coal Fire will make it's debut at 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to managers and employees who were busy setting up the place this weekend. The restaurant is known for its homemade sauces—a classic Italian with a plum tomato taste, a signature sauce that is slightly sweet and spicy and a spicy sauce that will "command your attention" according to the menu.
Coal Fire's online menu offers some interesting and taste-worthy choices such as their "Ring of Fire" pizza made with banana peppers, Italian sausage, spicy sauce and fresh mozzarella.
The restaurant's ovens uses anthracite coal, an environmentally friendly coal that is extracted from old coal mines in northeastern Pennsylvania. The chain also has locations in Ellicott City, Frederick and Gaithersburg.
The average price for an entree is $15 and a children's menu is available.