Two Boots Pizza Kicks Up Its Heels at Power Plant

According to the Baltimore Sun, “Two Boots, a New York-based, Cajun-influenced pizzeria, has just put a foot down in Baltimore.”

“The new Power Plant Live! restaurant celebrates its grand opening Tuesday.  ‘We’re called Two Boots because Louisiana and Italy are both geographically similar to boots,’ said part-owner Leon Hartman. The fusion extends beyond the Cajun-Italian cuisine. When I noted that Hartman sounded neither Italian nor Cajun, he said he was the product of “a West Virginia girl and Long Island Jew.” His parents, indie filmmakers who love pizza, beer and New Orleans, founded Two Boots in New York City’s East Village in 1987.”