• Heritage Area At a Glance 

  • Brenda's Pizzeria

    Brenda's Pizzeria



    About Us

    Located lake-front at Trader's Landing (along Rt. 219) We're a New York Style Pizzeria offering a wide array of variations on homespun entrée favorites and a few surprises like seafood, vegetarian fare and glutenfree pasta. Our dough for pizzas, calzones and breadsticks is made fresh daily as is our tomato sauce (using only the best Italian Tomatoes). Brenda's has Appetizers & Fresh Salads that can be ordered with chicken or steak if you like, as well as Antipasto. We have traditional Heros; the entire Parmigiana Family; chicken, meatball and, of course, eggplant and a Steak & Cheese with attitude called the Bronx Belly Buster. Italian Cold Cut & a less traditional Buffalo Chicken round out the Hero menu along with a our popular Chicken Philly.
    And do we have pizza? Brenda's Neapolitan and White pizzas come with more than 30 possible toppings to help you design the most personal pizza ever, only big! We have 15 ''Specialty Pizzas'', topped with all your other favorite foods, like Buffalo Chicken and Chicken BBQ making it a crazy, perfect world! Don?t forget the Abbondanza is a 26'' Party Pizza, to go OR eat in.
    Brenda's Caters, but with a twist. We call it CATER-OUT. You save tons by going carry-out! We prepare the dishes fresh, with the highest quality ingredients (& love) and when it's done you swing by and pick it up, Hot or Cold. It's popular with large groups and vacationers craving Brenda's, but wanting to keep it simple, at home or at work.
    Our Beverage menu is complete with beer, wine and imported mineral and sparkling waters.


    The Freshest Ingredients
    Where families gather 'round
    Chef Cody
    Toss it!
    The woman herself!
    Specialty Pies
    Antipasto Salad
    Italian Hero
    Shrimp Sriracha Pasta
  • This project has been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland.
    However, project contents or opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

  • Photo Credits: Tim Jacobsen, Bob Carney, Marcia Warnick, Sarah Myers, Crede Calhoun, Higher Focus Studios, Garrett Historical Society, Sarah Duck, Garrett County Chamber of Commerce