Pascal Family Adds Trappe Pizza Company to Restaurant Roster


The Pascal Family Group has purchased the site of the former State Bank of Trappe Pizza Company in Trappe, Maryland and reopened it as the Trappe Pizza Company, adding another restaurant to its holdings. The restaurant, which offers dine-in as well as carryout service, is located at 4016 Main Street in historic Trappe in a building that was once the site of a bank. It is across the street from the Talbot Smokehouse and the Smokehouse Market, also owned by the Pascal Family Group.

Photo by Kathy Bosin

Photo by Kathy Bosin

“This was another opportunity to purchase a business that was almost turn-key in a part of the Eastern Shore that is becoming more and more popular as a destination.” said Robert A. W. Pascal, who owns the Pascal Family Group with his wife, Caroline. “Since the reopening on September 1, we’ve received nothing but positive responses.”

The Trappe Pizza Company is open daily from Monday through Thursday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. It features an eclectic menu that includes pizza as well as tacos and empanadas. Among the more unique items on the menu are: the Al Pastor Pizza topped with smoked salsa, pork, pineapple and cilantro queso fresco; Nachos Chesapeake served with white queso, crabmeat, corn relish and tomatoes; Beef Tacos prepared with brisket braised with pasilla and guajillo peppers. The menu also includes a number of vegetarian options and salads.

The restaurant has a full bar and serves a variety of craft beers including selections from RAR Brewing, a partner with the Pascal Family Group. For those wanting to dine-in, there is seating for 39 with four wide-screen TVs available to watch the NFL package and other sporting events.

The Pascal Family Group also owns St. Michaels Harbour Inn, Marina & Spa, Bistro St. Michaels and Pascal’s Chophouse in Easton. For more information about the Trappe Pizza Company visit or call 410-476-6219.

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