How does a loaded baked potato pizza sound?

South Tampa's Your Pie has one for a limited time.

click to enlarge You'd eat one, right? - Your Pie
Your Pie
You'd eat one, right?

While you’re out and about for the last extended weekend of summer, drop by the South Tampa location for Your Pie. The Georgia-born fast-casual pizza franchise debuted a new personal pizza — part of its seasonal “Craft Series” menu — earlier this week.

That pizza? Loaded baked potato, baby.

“The Loaded Baked Potato Pie captures all of the feelings and flavors of fall,” said Drew French, founder and president of Your Pie, in a statement.

Baked to order inside a brick oven, the pie comes topped with Idaho potatoes, bacon, chives, white Cheddar and sour cream drizzle (fancy) on a base of house-made ranch. Bay area diners can order the comfort-food-turned-pizza through Nov. 7, alongside another limited-time item: Caramel Cookie Crunch gelato.

Past Craft Series pizza creations include the Slider, Your Pie’s take on the classic American cheeseburger, and a deconstructed spin on guacamole called the Fresh Fiesta.

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