Ledo Pizza

Ledo Pizza Incorporates Old Bay Hot Sauce into Four Recipes

New Ledo Pizza menu items include the Old Bay Hot Chicken Pizza and the Chesapeake Sub.

Maryland-based pizza brand Ledo Pizza has introduced several new recipes to its menu that incorporate the new limited-edition Old Bay Hot Sauce.

According to a press release, Ledo Pizza’s culinary team has crafted four new menu items that showcase the zesty kick of Old Bay heat. They include:

Old Bay Hot Sauce Jumbo Wings: Ledo Pizza’s award-winning jumbo wings smothered in Old Bay Hot Sauce. Served with celery and a choice of blue cheese or ranch dipping sauces. Available in quantities of 6, 12, 18, 25 or 50. Price: (6) $8.99 (12) $15.99 (18) $22.99 (25) $28.99 (50) $54.99

The Marylander Salad: Boneless wings tossed in Old Bay Hot Sauce, served atop crisp greens, grape tomatoes, smoked provolone, pre-cooked bacon and red onions. Price: $9.99 

Old Bay Hot Chicken Pizza: Ledo Pizza’s signature sauce combined with Old Bay Hot Sauce topped with smoked provolone cheese and grilled chicken. Price: (8-inch) $9.49, (14-inch) $13.49, (18-inch) $20.49

The Chesapeake Sub: Crispy chicken smothered with Old Bay Hot Sauce served on a toasted sub roll with OLD BAY hot mayo and sliced pickles. Price: $8.74

“We are proud of our Maryland roots, just like our friends at Old Bay,” said Ledo Pizza President Jamie Beall. “Old Bay is the seasoning of Maryland, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have access to its limited-edition Old Bay Hot Sauce. It’s not every day that you see two iconic brands team up to create one-of-a-kind menu offerings. Combine the delicious, fresh taste of Ledo Pizza’s dishes with Old Bay’s distinctive Chesapeake flavor, and the result is nothing short of perfection.”  

Founded in 1955 in the suburbs of Maryland and now headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland, Ledo Pizza has more than 100 locally owned locations in seven states with multiple new restaurants in the pipeline. Ledo Pizza is a partner of the Virginia Cavaliers and the Baltimore Ravens. It’s also the official pizza of the Maryland Terrapins.