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The Saucy Tomato

One rainy night when me and my fiancé were craving for good pizza, we visited The Saucy Tomato. We were lucky to come in after their busy hours. We got a good seat at the bar and watched our pizza be made. Our pizza pie was a half of Pesto Veggie - Sun dried tomato, mushrooms, red onions, artichoke hearts, roasted garlic, red peppers, zucchini and fresh scallions on a basil pesto base. Topped with mozzarella, smoked provolone and Pecorino Romano Cheese and half of Kronos Vegan - Spinach, cooked tomatoes, roasted garlic, roasted pine nuts, Nicoise olives, red onions, red bell peppers, lemon zest, kosher sea salt, and fresh basil on herb and garlic oil base.

Eating this pizza felt refreshing, it wasn't super greasy like some major pizza chains. Eating this pizza also made me feel like I didn't have to go to Chicago or New York to eat an authentic pizza! I'll be coming here more!

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