Last week the Flying Saucer released its new menu. Bar patrons now have the ability to create their own slice of pizza for $5.99. They have a pretty extensive list of toppings, including:
- Veggies: Artichoke hearts, avocado, capers, diced tomatoes, green onions, Kalamata olives, mushrooms, red onions, roasted garlic, roasted red peppers, basil, cilantro, jalapenos
- Meats: Applewood smoked bacon, chicken, prosciutto, finocchiona (salami), pepperoni, bratwurst
I ordered the slice above, with proscuitto, bacon and Kalamata olives. The bartender told me that they’re using a new, improved crust, and I found that to be true. Crust a little thicker than it was before, and overall quality of the pizza seemed to have improved. You won’t mistake it for Ferraro’s or Camy’s pizza by any means, but as a bar snack it is more than adequate. I appreciate being able to build exactly the pizza I want. You get a choice of up to three toppings.
With the Saucer’s new menu, and entire new menus to try at Brass Door and Green Beetle this month, there will be a lot of Paul’s Food Find posts coming up, so check back frequently.