In Crust We Trust

by | Jun 2024

WALKING INTO Sourdough Pizza, you are welcomed with a modern, no-frills aesthetic that represents the fresh and clean menu well. The first thing I noticed was the playlist — Cyndi Lauper, Alanis Morissette, and Fleetwood Mac came through the speakers. We ordered at the counter and took our drinks to the table, where we watched the staff make our “Bee Sting” pizza. Sitting in the corner, singing “Ironic,” I noticed the boxes of tomatoes for the homemade sauce and the basil plants on the counter, ensuring only the freshest ingredients were used. 

When the pizza was brought to our table, it looked and smelled as good as it tasted. My only thoughts while eating were, “Can you believe this sauce?” and “I never want another kind of dough.” Instead of having an overly sweet sauce that tastes processed like many places, Sourdough Pizza Company makes its sauce to enhance the natural flavor and acidity of the tomatoes. Rather than overwhelming the other ingredients, it provides a complementary base for the whole milk fresh mozzarella, basil, sea salt, and honey drizzle, creating a sweet, savory, and acidic combination. 

The employees were proud to share that not only do they make incredible pizza, but they sell 32-ounce and 10-ounce loaves of sourdough bread as well as packs of Sourdough Pizza dough. They were sending orders out of the door faster than I could count and were happy to share that they also ship nationwide. 

Not only was I impressed with the quality of ingredients and the taste of the pizza itself, but few restaurants I have visited could rival the per

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